November 13: Occupy Salt Lake City

Occupy Salt Lake City began on October 6th with a march and an encampment was founded. The following article on the KSL broadcasting site, out of Salt Lake City, Utah (a Deseret News Media company) with video shows footage of the beginning of Occupy Salt Lake City:
Then there was a death, likely from an overdose on Saturday the 12th and police ordered the encampment illegal, rescinded permits and then came through with a bulldozer. Although major news media carried the story, I could only find footage of the bulldozer (or front-loader) on the site of The Blaze:
On their site "The Blaze is a news, information and opinion site brought to you by a dedicated team of writers, journalists & video producers.

Our goal is to post, report and analyze stories of interest on a wide range of topics from politics and culture to faith and family."

And they have a magazine on their site. The description of the first issue provides some of their "Truth Has No Agenda" (the motto on their tee-shirts and coffee cups) agenda. Here's the description from their site:

"It's the premiere issue of the magazine created by the team that brings you, the site that has revolutionized online news. In this issue, we look back on the terrorist attacks and ask the tough questions: Are we safer? Can we stop the next attack? What are we doing about the existential threat of radical Islam? Plus, meet fellow American's whose lives were directly impacted by the events of that fateful day and learn how they've changed—for the better. We also offer an up-close-and-personal look at Glenn Beck's fight for the Truth that is going to shake up the world. And you won't want to miss our exclusive interview with best-selling author Brad Thor, our report on Al Gore and the out-of-control global-warming crusaders, and Top 10 smears about tea partiers."


So it's particularly interesting that this is the site bringing us the video of the bulldozers!