Skip to comments.Meanwhile...back at Stinkpotty Park...Occupy "Security" catches Thief.
Posted on 10/30/2011 2:49:48 AM PDT by DGHoodini
At 5:30 AM EDT, Occupy "Security" caught a theif red handed. Showed his face on camera, gave his name out of this Maryland ID'ed criminal, and supposedly used no violence, and escorted him out of the park...
A criminal from Maryland? Impossible!
Why no face picture, though?
A thief at Stinkpotty Park?he must have been a Turdburglar!
They got O’Malley or was it Steny Hoyer, Cardin, or Mikulski?
They showed huis face on their Internet broadcast, and read his namr on the broadcast off of his Md Drivers Liscense.
I have no idea if there is any archive of it. But you could tell before it was over, they were starting to get nervous about the legal ramifications of what they did, cause they started making all sorts of statements to the effect that “no force was used”, he was not physically detained...Yada Yada.. and the only method of making him comply was by threatening to point him out to the police.....I’m not buying it
He had apparently been reported as having burgled numerous tents.
So they caught a thief, then released him to steal more. No jails yet in Occupy Land?
Just read a news story, tht a half hour later, at 6 AM, they chased a rapist out of the park...without reporting it to the police...
Just wait till they get their first murder. Morbid I know, but an interesting experiment in how primitive societies form.
What a lesson! At some point, they will realize how much time and energy they are spending to police their little utopia and begin demanding the police do their job. Likely when some armed perp draws down on them.
I hear they have over million bankrolled. There are going to be lawyers salivating to get their hands on that!
This guy thinks he is a “star”...
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