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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - For the third day in a row, hundreds of protesters marched in uptown Charlotte protesting during the Democratic National Convention.
Around 3:30 p.m., Greenpeace protesters at the Duke Energy announce they are about to be joined by more protesters, who were in Marshall Park.
A protester narrating a live stream said the group is part of the Occupy movement and they are being joined by the other Occupiers.
Around 3:45 p.m., dozens of other Occupy protesters joined the Greenpeace group and they moved towards the Bank of America building.
The group chanted "enough is enough" and "dirty energy has got to go".
Police stood side by side with their bikes to keep protesters from blocking both sides of the streets.
At one point, protesters were in the same area as members of the Westboro Baptist Church.
The groups began chanting against each other, with a group of police officers between the group.
Just before 4:15 p.m., a police officer was seen searching a man's bag. Under the extraordinary event rules in the event zone, backpacks are not allowed.
Less than a minute later, officers repack the man's bag, thank him and give it back. Protester behind the camera says it is the second search he has witnessed on Wednesday, saying he and a few other protesters were searched earlier in the day.
At noon, the "No Papers, No Fear" group spoke about the arrests and subsequent release of ten undocumented protesters Tuesday.
Then just before 1 p.m., pro-choice and pro-life demonstrators marched. WBTV crews at the scene said the march was peaceful.
We are also live blogging the protests as they happen. Find that here.