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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Video: Woman Raped at #Occupy Philadelphia

I direct you to my previous post about the comparisons between the Penn State scandal and the OWS protests. By allowing the #Occupy movement to continue unabated, mayors in these various cities are complicit to varying degrees. Oakland mayor Jean Quan has the blood of a dead man on her hands. Any mayor who has allowed these protests to continue despite the violent crimes taking place within them are culpable too. In this news report, we learn that a woman was raped at Occupy Philadelphia.

Notice that the police are quoted as saying that the Philadelphia protests have been 'largely peaceful.' That's in direct opposition to an email from someone on the ground there; it was posted to POLITICO's site days before the rape:
WTF - my office is across the street from Occupy Philadelphia, and I can't tell you how much we are all starting to really appreciate the stench, trash, and carefree idleness of the protesters. To write they are "winning" because a nexis search indicates a more common usage of the phrase "income equality" is akin to writing the pro-child molester crowd is "winning" b/c a nexis search turns up more stories this week about child molestation. C'mon. Politico should send you folks around to the different sites (assuming you've been inoculated beforehand for malaria, etc), and you can get a first hand feel for just how much the surrounding communities are really taking to the "occupiers."
Anyway, here's the news report about the rape:

h/t Breitbart

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