Two arrested in Minneapolis at OccupyMN

Michael Anthony Bounds and Devin Lee Wynn-Shemanek, both 19, were arrested Saturday evening during an OccupyMN protest in a foreclosed home in south Minneapolis. Authorities have not revealed why the two were taken into custody.
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Michael Anthony Bounds and Devin Lee Wynn-Shemanek, both 19, were arrested Saturday evening during an OccupyMN protest in a foreclosed home in south Minneapolis. Authorities have not revealed why the two were taken into custody.

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