CLEVELAND — Occupy Cleveland protesters relied on an element of surprise to conjure up interest in their latest rally.
Organizers announced the group would march to an undisclosed location on Monday.
It was later revealed the group was headed to the Justice Center.
The purpose was to fight foreclosure, which they called “the biggest issue affecting Cleveland today.”
“With the Republican Presidential Primary coming up, the one thing the candidates don’t seem to be talking about is foreclosures,” a media release said. “The candidates have no problem taking money from the banks who took huge bailouts. (Those are) the same banks who are throwing people in Cleveland out of their homes at record rates.”
The march was scheduled to begin at Public Square at 8 a.m.