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Topic - Williams Eynon
Look at a photo or news clip from around the world of Occupy protesters and you'll likely spot a handful of people wearing masks of a cartoonlike man with a pointy beard, a closed-mouth smile and mysterious eyes.
Look at a photo or news clip from around the world of Occupy protesters and you'll likely spot a handful of people wearing masks of a cartoon-like man with a pointy beard, closed-mouth smile and mysterious eyes.
Hudson Williams Eynon, a protester in Seattle's Westlake Plaza, said the mask is not the only corporate product that the Occupy movement is using.
"There's a lot of inherent ironies in protesting corporations in a corporate world," Williams Eynon said in early October.