The means of the protesters in the park is part of their problem: a failure to follow the rule of law. They may not like the law, but they must follow the law. That is basis of our democratic republic. If you don't like the law, you must change the law via the open process of our political system. If you don't like our government, then you are going to face the wrath of the 99% who make want to change part of the way our government and political system works, but agree it works.
Another issue that has also killed support for this group is the folly of its members in listening to people like Josh Spring of the 'Homeless' Coalition. If you think Josh believes in the 99%, then I think I have a life-size test model of the Brooklyn Bridge to sell you. He, and others like him, are about their own 1% and nothing else.
Now, we just need a respectful and calm resolution and for everyone to go home safe.
UPDATE: Some of the protesters are getting wind of the problems with dealing with the Homeless Coalition. Here's the classic retort to a report that homeless people are disrupting and stealing from the occupy movement:
News 5 did ask the Homeless Coalition about the problems at Piatt Park. The station was told it boils down to simple personality conflicts.It would appear Josh Spring seems to not want any laws enforced. Theft and threats of violence are just personality problems, not crimes, apparently....
UPDATE #2: The Enquirer reports that around 1 AM police came to the park and very peacefully arrested 23 protesters who refused to leave the park. Another report is here from Sentient Cincinnati. Also, there's more from WCPO.