Occupy raid has many arrests, few complaints

Officials praise cooperation; protesters stage march, vigil

Hours after a large-scale police raid on Dewey Square razed the Occupy Boston camp, city leaders praised police for executing the peaceful arrests of 46 protesters. Meanwhile protesters gathered throughout the day to celebrate those who insisted on taking a stand against eviction.

Protestors gathered around 6 p.m. for an interfaith prayer service on Boston Common, followed by a general assembly meeting that was intended to decide the movement’s next steps.

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