Occupy Wall Street protesters get green light on lawsuit

Occupy Wall Street protesters have been given the go-ahead to file a lawsuit against the police officers who arrested them during a march on the

BROOKLYN - Occupy Wall Street protesters have been given the go-ahead to file a lawsuit against the police officers who arrested them during a march on the Brooklyn Bridge.

A judge ruled that the group adequately backed up their claims that they were not properly warned by the NYPD about being arrested during a rally last October.

The judge also dismissed the city and its top officials from liability.

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