Occupy Dallas, evicted from their camp at City Hall, is now somewhat occupying Pegasus Plaza.
Occupy Dallas has been kicked out of their camp near City Hall, but that doesn't mean they are packing up and leaving downtown Dallas.
The protesters are now setting up a new base at Pegasus Plaza, right in the heart of downtown, at the intersection of Akard and Main streets.
Occupy Dallas won't actually be camping in the park, because that would put them in violation of the law. To stay out of jail, the protesters will occupy the park when it's open to the public -- between 5 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Outside of those hours, Occupy will have protesters walking the sidewalks near the park, but not inside it.
The group had been allowed to camp behind City Hall, but their permit was revoked and the campers evicted after concerns over sanitation, code violations and criminal activity inside the camp reached a tipping point.