Global Revolution TV Has Been Evicted From Their Brooklyn Production Space

Eviction notice via glassbeadcol on Twitter

Late in the night, word spread on Twitter that Global Revolution TV was being evicted from their Brooklyn production studio. Global Revolution has been a constant source for live video coverage of Occupy Wall Street events, both in NYC and across the country.

The eviction notice seen above was later posted by @glassbeadcol on Twitter, and shows that the Department of Buildings has deemed the conditions in the building as being perilous to life. The text of the eviction notice is included below:


The Department of Buildings has determined that conditions in this premises are imminently perilous to life.

This premises has been vacated and reentry is prohibited until such conditions have been eliminated to the satisfaction of the Department.

Violators of the Commissioner’s Vacate Order are subject to arrest.

DATE: 01-02-12
ADDRESS: 13 Thames St
FLOOR: Entire first floor and cellar

By order of the Building Commissioner

The Buildings Information System shows that a previous partial vacate order has been served due to illegal use of the first floor of the building.

Video filmed shortly after the eviction via glassbeadian on Youtube

[Update] – Members of the Global Revolution team were arrested today

Global Revolution reports that after last night’s eviction, the police returned today to arrest six people:

Six people in total were arrested at 13 Thames between 2-3pm on January 3rd and charged with Trespass, Obstructing Governmental Administration and Resisting Arrest. They are likely to remain in jail overnight.

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