'Occupy Wall Street' spreading to Jersey City

JERSEY CITY - The "Occupy Wall Street" protests have made their way to the New Jersey side of the Hudson River.

Demonstrations are slated for Jersey City. Protestor Father David Stump says that the Occupying Wall Street protests are about social justice. He says the rich need to sacrifice just as much as the poor, but aren't, fueling the anger.

Even though protests did not materialize at St. Peter's College or the Campus of Jersey City University, Organizers for Occupy NJ say they fully expect hundreds of people to come here tomorrow afternoon, the headquarters of global investment firm Goldman Sachs and the Jersey City police say they're ready.

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