Displaced but still determined, The “Occupy Wall St.” movement started anew Thursday with protesters — yet far less than the anticipated 10,000 — marching on the heart of Manhattan’s Financial District, two days after cops rousted the ragtag bunch from their encampment in nearby Zuccotti Park.
Organizers had called for 10,000 people to amass in lower Manhattan, but the crowd appeared to be no more than one-fifth that number.
The marchers symbolically started at the now-cleared Zuccotti Park as the sun rose above Manhattan and suited squads of traders and brokers arrived for regular shifts. They headed for another symbolic destination — the New York Stock Exchange. Dozens of arrests were reported to FoxNews.com by a law enforcement source.