OWS Rap Sheet Grows Longer

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
11/16/2011
       
OWS Rap Sheet Grows Longer

The hits just keep on coming from Occupy Wall Street. Since The New American last reported on the 204 crimes the nationwide OWS movement has been charged with committing, the movement has added another 50 or so to the list, including a rape in the city of Brotherly Love. As well, the death toll in or near the squalid OWS camps is now seven. Late last week, a man was found dead in his tent at the Occupy Salt Lake City protest.

Though the radical left, led by President Obama, has repeatedly said the OWS movement is merely a manifestation of the same concerns as the Tea Party Movement, the level of criminality and danger associated with the protests suggests otherwise.

 

The hits just keep on coming from Occupy Wall Street. Since The New American last reported on the 204 crimes the nationwide OWS movement has been charged with committing, the movement has added another 50 or so to the list, including a rape in the city of Brotherly Love. As well, the death toll in or near the squalid OWS camps is now seven. Late last week, a man was found dead in his tent at the Occupy Salt Lake City protest.

Though the radical left, led by President Obama, has repeatedly said the OWS movement is merely a manifestation of the same concerns as the Tea Party Movement, the level of criminality and danger associated with the protests suggests otherwise.

Big Journalism’s John Nolte keeps a running tabulation of the crimes that depicts a rather more sinister element than that seen at Tea Parties.

As The New American reported last week, OWS sites are rife with criminality, most notably rape. The latest occurred in Philadelphia on Saturday. The ABC News television affiliate reported that the alleged rapist, who has a long list of crimes in Michigan, is under arrest.

But Saturday’s rape is nothing new for OWS. Rapes have occurred in Cleveland, and a woman was gang-raped in Glasgow Scotland.

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