Occupy Update December 30, 2011

Here are the latest developments in the Occupy Boston twitter subpoena case which UWS News has been closely monitoring. The Boston Globe reports that a Suffolk Superior Court judge has refused to quash the subpoena. According to Lisa DeCanio in BostonInno.com, the subpoena is in many cases asking for the wrong twitter accounts (for example @OccupyBoston instead of @Occupy_Boston).

Gunner Scott reports in an opinion piece for Bay Windows on how well the LBGTQ community meshed with Occupy Boston.

In another ongoing story that UWS News has been following, five protestors were arrested outside the Iowa campaign headquarters of Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul.

Occupy the Rose Parade plans are starting to come together.

Occupy Oakland set up a new camp that was quickly dismantled by the police. Meanwhile, The New York Times reports on the toll the protests are taking on the reputation of Oakland Mayor Jean Quan, a longtime civil rights activist and union organizer.