Mayor Villaraigosa and LA Police breaks Encampment

Hazmat team inspecting grounds before clean up. Debris left is contaminated with urine, feces, according to Police

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – (Wednesday, November 30, 2011) – The home of Occupy LA for the last two months is no longer.

Los Angeles Police evicted occupy LA protestors from the City Hall lawn early Wednesday morning ending with over 200 arrests.

According to reports, the arrests were mainly peaceful and without injuries.

Organizers are making sure that protestors make bail.  Bond was set at $5,000 for those taken into custody.

Protesters vowed to continue the movement with “flash occupations” of banks and called for an end to home foreclosures.

Labor organizers and clergy promised to continue to work with the group.

“We’re moving forward, not moving on,” said Occupy Los Angeles organizer Mario Brito, according to The Wall Street Journal website.

Possible next course of action for the Protestors?

There has been chatter about a mass movement to the homes of CEO’s of  major banks in solidarity for those who have lost their homes to foreclosure.

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