NYPD arrests 14 OWS protesters (PHOTOS)

New York police have arrested 14 protesters at two separate Occupy Wall Street rallies on Saturday.

­Hundreds marched, carrying banners against police brutality,in a demonstration from Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan, the place where OWS was born, to Union Square Park. This demonstration lost 10 participants, arrested by police mostly for disorderly conduct.

Another protest was held outside the UN headquarters, declared a “disrupt corporate polluters” campaign. At this event NYPD arrested four demonstrators 

This Saturday became the second in a row marked with OWS activists’ arrests. Last Saturday NYPD apprehended over 70 activists during a violent raid at Zuccotti Park.

Occupy Wall Street movement supporters lie on the ground in protest during a march from Zuccotti Park to Union Square to protest perceived police brutality in New York, March 24, 2012. (Reuters / Carlo Allegri)
Occupy Wall Street movement supporters lie on the ground in protest during a march from Zuccotti Park to Union Square to protest perceived police brutality in New York, March 24, 2012. (Reuters / Carlo Allegri)
Policemen arrest Occupy Wall Street movement supporters while they were marching from Zuccotti Park to Union Square to protest perceived police brutality in New York, March 24, 2012. (Reuters / Carlo Allegri)
Policemen arrest Occupy Wall Street movement supporters while they were marching from Zuccotti Park to Union Square to protest perceived police brutality in New York, March 24, 2012. (Reuters / Carlo Allegri)
An Occupy Wall Street movement supporter holds a placard during a march from Zuccotti Park to Union Square to protest perceived police brutality in New York, March 24, 2012. (Reuters / Carlo Allegri)
An Occupy Wall Street movement supporter holds a placard during a march from Zuccotti Park to Union Square to protest perceived police brutality in New York, March 24, 2012. (Reuters / Carlo Allegri)
Reuters / Carlo Allegri
Reuters / Carlo Allegri
Reuters / Carlo Allegri
Reuters / Carlo Allegri