Is There Anti-Semitism at Occupy Wall Street?

With rumors of anti-Semitic rhetoric at Zuccotti Park flying around the blogosphere, roving reporter Jon Kesselman headed to Occupy Wall Street with cameraman Sam Henriques to find out the truth. During the final hours of its pre-eviction heyday they were able to ask the Occupiers themselves what they thought.

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