D.C. rallies to save home of former paramedic
Occupy Our Homes DC on Monday rallied to help stop the eviction of Deborah Harris. Harris worked for 23 years as a Paramedic EMT with the D.C. Fire Department before suffering an injury on the job, causing her to fall behind on her mortgage.
At 2:15 p.m. police escorted an Occupy D.C. protestor out of the building who was previously upstairs in the Chase office. At the same time, demonstrators outside tried to keep police from opening the doors, but this tactic didn't work very long.