The mall security had their own media making tools. They took photos of the activists, so we took photos of them.
Later, in discussions with activist Bill Neal, the mall management informed him that the Galleria has a "free speech" policy by which people are allowed to pass out flyers at the mall, if they preregister. The restrictions are that only three people may participate, and that there are "blackout" days where it's not allowed.
Those blackout days happen to fall on big shopping periods, like most of the entire month of Christmas. Though they appreciated the extension of free speech on the privatized public space, the activists noticed that they would be in violation of all the restrictions.
Overall, though, things were kept mellow. The Billionaires had another important appointment to keep at Highland Park's Fashion 21 demonstration.