Lexington police helped tear down tents and materials used by the Occupy Lexington protestors at Main Street and Esplanade. About 10 officers initially appeared at the encampment to begin cleaning the area. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff.
Lexington police helped tear down tents and materials used by the Occupy Lexington protestors at Main Street and Esplanade. About 10 officers initially appeared at the encampment to begin cleaning the area. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff.
Lexington police helped tear down tents and materials used by the Occupy Lexington protestors at Main Street and Esplanade. About 10 officers initially appeared at the encampment to begin cleaning the area. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff.

Occupy Lexington to decentralize, continue protest downtown

January 25, 2012 09:49 PM

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