UPDATED: Occupy Charlotte may split following flag-burning incident at campsite Friday morning

Last night’s contentious general assembly wasn’t the first time the group debated how to handle members who act without the consent of the general assembly, or whether or not those who do so should get kicked out of the movement.

On Nov. 23, the night before Thanksgiving, the occupiers had a heated discussion about another document the legal working group created, an “oath of the occupation.” As with the press release that riled the group yesterday, the oath was created away from occupation site and without the input of those occupiers who choose to camp.

Watch James L. Walker III, an occupier and an actor, read the code in this video, which is one of ten from that night at Creative Loafing.