Latest news is that 129 protestors were arrested by Boston police. (http://occupyboston.org for more).
The link below is a must-read for all involved with the movement:
There has been a lot of support from local politicians, but it was gratifying to see that Mr. McGinn of Seattle accepted some of the blame for the lack of action that preceded the formation and expansion of the occupation groups:
“It felt like a small portion of the population was doing their best to grab a bigger share of a shrinking pie. And it's gone on long enough," McGinn told the gathering, which was a mishmash of labor activists, liberal interest groups, concerned citizens, homeless people and their advocates and more than a few curious passersby.
"Politicians of both parties, my party included, didn't have the guts to do anything about it," McGinn continued to scattered cheers and applause while about two dozen police officers observed the crowd. "This is my message to you. Keep organizing. Don't just fight to speak up...fight to get jobs, fight to get justice."