Occupy Wall Street protesters plan to stop at Rupert Murdoch’s apartment on ‘Billionaires Tour’

Dylan Stableford

The Occupy Wall Street protesters--who have more or less parked themselves at Zuccotti Park in Lower Manhattan since their "occupation" of the world's financial capital began last month--are embarking on what they're billing as a "Billionaires Walking Tour" of Manhattan on Tuesday.

Among the planned tour stops: News Corp. chief Rupert Murdoch's Fifth Avenue apartment.

According to the organizers' Facebook page, the tour will begin at 12:30 p.m. (ET) at 59th street and Fifth Avenue--just five blocks south of the Murdoch's triplex at 834 Fifth Avenue--and "march from house to house, demanding accountability for Wall Street crimes, and an extension of the Millionaire's tax." Here's a selection from the group's Facebook pitch:

Wanna "see how the 1% lives"? Then join us on a walking tour of the homes of some of the bank and corporate executives that don't pay taxes, cut jobs, engaged in mortgage fraud, tanked our economy [...] all while giving themselves record setting bonuses! Occupy Wall Street will join community groups fighting for economic justice.

According to Capital New York, other stops on the tour will include the New York homes of Tea Party backer David Koch, real estate developer Howard Milstein, hedge fund manager and (Mitt Romney supporter) John Paulson and JP Morgan Chase chief Jamie Dimon.

Murdoch bought his pad from the estate of Laurance S. Rockefeller for $44 million in 2005, and renovated it in 2007.

Perhaps the protesters can deliver Murdoch a copy of the Occupied Wall Street Journal--the  quasi-satirical protest paper that cribs its name from the Murdoch empire's flagship broadsheet publication--along with their message.

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