- Last Updated: 3:32 AM, May 9, 2012
- Posted: 1:43 AM, May 9, 2012
Twitter is asking a judge to quash a subpoena in which the Manhattan district attorney ordered it to produce months of old tweets involving an Occupy Wall Street protester.
The tweets, now deleted, had been posted by rallier Malcolm Harris, who was among 700 people arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge during a march Oct. 1.
Those tweets, prosecutors said, might show if Harris was aware that police had told demonstrators not to march across the bridge.