Anonymous to launch more effective site-attack tool Saturday, when it occupies Wall Street

Protest organized by several groups opposes corporate money in politics

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According to the site When we at US Day of Rage speak of 'taking the MONEY out of politics', we have no choice but to focus on the sources of the MONEY.

Bought by hard and soft dollars, disloyal, incompetent, and wasteful interests have usurped our nation’s civil and military power, spawning a host of threats to liberty and national security.

We demand satisfaction for the wrongs done to our nation and its people." – USDayofRage, Sept. 15, 2011 [Emphasis theirs.]

Nine people were arrested during what was referred to as a "test run" for the occupation over what turned out to be a big snag in the plan: it's illegal to set up tents on the streets of New York. Protesters who show up for a long stay and set up camp will be breaking the law, prompting the NYPD to get involved far sooner than the organizers want.

A how-to from the organizers now recommends protesters don't bring tents.

Logistics covering other aspects of the protest seems remarkably well organized too.

What role attacks from Anonymous, using #Ref#Ref will play in slowing the authorities' response through confusion or magnifying the impact of the protest is also unclear.

Anonymous has successfully attacked major financial institutions in the past, even when it had to rely on the older, reputedly less effective LOIC.

Just to be on the safe side, I'd be sure to get enough cash from the bank Friday to carry through to Monday.

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