MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Occupy Minnesota protesters are planning a new protest next week in defiance of a judge’s ruling.

Earlier this week, a judge ruled that protesters can’t put up tents or sleep in the Hennepin County Government Center plaza.

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In response, they plan to set up 99 tents, to represent the “99 percent.”

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On Thursday night, the Occupy Minnesota movement released a statement saying the protesters have the right to assemble and the right to shelter.

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Hennepin County sheriff Rich Stanek says deputies will abide by and enforce the judge’s decision.