Occupy Protesters' Rights Must Be Protected, U.N. Says; U.S. Says NothingQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|Federal officials have yet to respond to two United Nations human rights envoys who formally requested that the U.S. government protect Occupy protesters against excessive force by law enforcement officials. The envoys also reminded the U.S. government of its international obligations to "take all necessary measures to guarantee that the rights and freedoms of all peaceful protesters be respected."|
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