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Since being evicted by authorities from their original encampment, Occupy Oakland protestors have been forced to move once again.

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Police forced some 200 protestors from a vacant lot in west Oakland Tuesday evening after the owner of the lot denied allowing demonstrators to take over the property.

The lot, which is said to be in foreclosure, will reportedly revert to Wells Fargo if the owner doesn’t cover her loan by mid-December.

“We thought the owner wanted us here, but I think maybe she didn’t know what she was getting into and changed her mind,” noted one protester.

Read more at Newser.

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