NEW YORK (WCBS 880) – The once heavily occupied Zuccotti Park sits mostly empty now, a stark contrast to the Occupy Wall Street movement’s encampment that took up residence there only a few weeks ago.

WCBS 880’s Rich Lamb On The Story

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Metal police barricades now surround Zuccotti Park.

Inside, WCBS 880 reporter Rich Lamb counted nine protestors, one pacing back and forth with a sign hanging from his neck that said “I televise live stream this revolution.”

Another forlorn protester sat cross-legged on a stone bench.

There are no drums. There are no speeches. There are no tents. There are no tarps.

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There are ten private security people wearing dayglo-green vests and two police officers standing outside at the ready.

Where the mums used to be, they’ve planted some purple, green and white decorative cabbage.

Zuccotti Park - New York, NY - Dec 9, 2011 (credit: Rich Lamb / WCBS 880)

Zuccotti Park - New York, NY - Dec 9, 2011 (credit: Rich Lamb / WCBS 880)

The place is virtually unoccupied.

Overnight, OWS protesters shut down filming of a “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” episode that was Occupy-themed.

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