OWS Day of Action, protester ‘victory’
RT's Lucy Kafanov reports on the ground from NYC on the massive day of action for Occupy protesters. They went for the New York Stock Exchange, they went for the subways, and police went for the handcuffs. So who won the day? Then, David Sirota will join us to discuss this two-month turning point for the movement. What needs to happen from here to keep the momentum going? Also, President Obama is threatening to veto the new Defense Authorization Bill that would change US detention policies in a dangerous way. But at this point, does he have any credibility left on the matter? Morris Davis, former Guantanamo Chief Prosecutor, will join us to hash it out. And then don’t miss our Happy Hour.