Not everyone at the mall this weekend is a holiday shopper. Some may be anti-shoppers.

An anti-consumerism movement called "Buy Nothing Day" is trying to get people to stop shopping for 24 hours.

Demonstrating in support of that movement got three sisters arrested at one mall in Newark, Delaware.

They were dressed in Santa hats and white T-shirts printed with the words "NOTHING — What you've been looking for." But one of the women had a video camera, which violates mall policy. They were asked to leave.

One of the sisters says when they got to the parking lot, they were surrounded by state troopers, who took them into custody and charged them with criminal trespassing.

They face a magistrate on Jan.15.