On Tuesday, The Blaze featured video from the radical Occupy the Justice Department rally -- a rally which featured plenty of calls for the release of convicted cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal. That's not too surprising considering we told you recently that's what they were going to do (the rally was billed as a birthday celebration for Abu-Jamal). But what might be surprising is that there was some impromptu breakdancing.
(Related: Occupier calls on protesters to 'start killing mother fu**ers' if he's arrested)
Accuracy in Media was on the scene, interviewing protesters calling for the freedom of Abu-Jamal and some for support of Bradley Manning, the low-ranking intelligence analyst charged in the biggest leak of classified information in U.S. history. At some point during the occupation, there was some dancing, which AIM also captured on video. See all their footage below (CONTENT WARNING: one of the protesters uses the n-word):