FBI considered Occupy movement potential threat, documents say

The FBI extensively monitored the Occupy Wall Street movement around the United States, using counterterrorism agents and other resources, according to recently released FBI internal documents.

F.B.I. Counterterrorism Agents Monitored Occupy Movement, Records Show

The Federal Bureau of Investigation used counterterrorism agents to investigate the Occupy Wall Street movement, including its communications and planning, according to newly disclosed agency records

FBI Investigated 'Occupy' As Possible 'Terrorism' Threat, Internal Documents Show

According to internal documents newly released by the FBI, the agency spearheaded a nationwide law enforcement effort to investigate and monitor the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Legal Times: Judge Finds D.C. Law Regulating Sign-Posting Unconstitutional

A Washington federal judge today struck down a District of Columbia law regulating how long signs can stay posted on lampposts, finding that it violated the First Amendment.

Washington Post: Judge finds District’s rules for hanging political posters unconstitutional

U.S. District Chief Judge Royce C. Lamberth’s ruling finds that the city’s rules governing how long signs can be posted violate the First Amendment and prevents the District from enforcing the regulations.

Occupy Anniversary: Lawsuit in Lieu of Birthday Cake

The one-year anniversary of the Occupy Movement came, went, and left a lawsuit in its wake.