Posted 6 years ago on Oct. 13, 2011, 6:50 p.m. EST by brendanpatrickhughes
from Los Angeles, CA
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I can't help but feel that if the Boston occupiers had laid on their backs and locked arms and legs, the police would have had a much more difficult time removing them. There is the famous scene from Ghandi in which they know the horses will not trample on them so they lay down on the ground. All that interlocked dead weight. As a last resort it could be pretty powerful... can anyone think of other non-violent tactics?