The menace is at an end, and the Financial District is no longer in danger.
Good news, job creators. We're all free to spend wildly, and capitalism can once again run unchecked, as cartoonist Molly Crabapple has been arrested. According to Warren Ellis' blog (also, much of Twitter), Crabapple was arrested in New York's Financial District while participating in the one-year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Here's a blurry picture of the arrest, shamefully stolen by us from Ellis' blog:
Read on at Ellis' blog, where he reports on even more of the artist's seditious actions.
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