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Occupy San Diego Fears Eviction

Credit: Occupy San Diego

Above: Protesters representing the Occupy San Diego movement demonstrating at the Civic Center Plaza in downtown San Diego.

As week four begins, Occupy San Diego releases a declaration of purpose and begs for public support to remain in the Civic Center Plaza.

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Abel Thomas is a spokesman from Occupy San Diego

Occupy San Diego declaration of purpose

Dr. Dan Seiver, Finance Professor, SDSU

Pete Soto works for Brooklyn Hot Dog Cafe which is located in the Civic Center Plaza in downtown San Diego.

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Occupy San Diego ends its third week as a movement battered but not broken. It's once great relationship with the San Diego police department has become tense. And it has not been able to secure support from local lawmakers. But, news reports are now validating the claims of a huge and growing wealth disparity in the nation -- apparently there really is a 1 percent.

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