Skip to comments.Itís crime all the time at Zuccotti Park (Obamaville Tent City is becoming Camp Crime)
Posted on 11/09/2011 5:32:49 AM PST by Libloather
Its crime all the time at Zuccotti Park
By LARRY CELONA, JAMIE SCHRAM and KIRSTAN CONLEY
Last Updated: 9:36 AM, November 7, 2011
Tent City is becoming Camp Crime.
Occupy Wall Street squatters at Zuccotti Park have been busted in recent weeks for incidents ranging from petty thefts to menacing threats and from low-life drug sales to sicko sex attacks, law-enforcement sources told The Post.
The complaints have been a near-daily phenomena since Oct. 11, just about three weeks after a few dozen anti-greed activists began occupying the private park.
Theres been a spike in crime the last few weeks, one law-enforcement source said, noting the increasing number of protesters camping out in sleeping bags and tents who are easy prey for criminals.
Its unclear what sparked the spike, cops said -- the influx of people as the OWS demonstrations gained traction or fed-up protesters overcoming their resistance to reporting crimes.
Among the most violent episodes are three alleged sex attacks, sources said, that werent reported to cops for days.
(Excerpt) Read more at nypost.com ...
What do they expect when the scum of society all congregate together in one location?
"I don't want to work
I want to bang on the drum all day"
Todd Rundgren - Bang on the Drum All Day:
Community Board Asks "Occupy Wall Street" Protesters To Clean Up, Quiet Down
NY-1 News ^ | Oct 20, 2011 | Michael Herzenberg
This has been a nightmare, said Brian Summers, who lives near Zuccotti Park.
Summers said those trying to force corporations to become better corporate citizens should learn to be better citizens themselves.
It makes us feel horrible. We work down here, we live down here, said Summers.
Drums are played each and every day. The noise registers as 117 on a decibel meter.
According to the federal government, regular exposure to 110 decibels can lead to permanent hearing loss.
From blocks away, it might not be physically harmful, but neighbors say it's damaging lives.
We support the message, and a lot of residents do, but they also want to have a good night sleep, said Manhattan City Councilmember Margaret Chin.
Local officials have been swamped with neighborhood complaints.
That's why they invited protesters to hear them firsthand at a Community Board 1 meeting Thursday.
Besides the noise problem, residents say protesters are pouring urine in the streets.
Our neighbors do not urinate and defecate in the street. These occupiers need to vacate our neighborhood, said one resident.
(Excerpt) Read more at ny1.com ...
(ooh) That Smell Lynyrd Skynyrd:
Funkytown - Lipps Inc:
The Democrats (the Left) promise the moon. They deliver Detroit.
When I have to step over human crap on the sidewalk, or inhale the putrid order of urine on a daily basis, that's when they cross the line. Then they're interfering with my life - and I'm a member of the 53% that's forced to feed these animals.
If some jerk trying to slip his hand up a woman’s shirt as she lay next to him in his tent - as described in the video - really counts as “among the most violent episodes,” then things must not be all that bad.
And the only way for people like him to do that is to support slavery.
Been to San Francisco or pretty much any metropolitan downtown area lately?
Update: I passed by a couple of weeks ago and they no longer are banging on drums. Now the loonies dance around wearing provided wireless headphones, apparently listening to a common music source. The headphones are identical and look rather expensive. They were likely donated by someone. You will not believe how ridiculous they look dancing (like real jerks —hopping around like drug-crazed hippies) to music only they with the headphones can hear. Most appear to be in their 20s. They probably watched films of Woodstock and were inspired by those lunatics.
Then again, I passed by sort of late at night. Perhaps they still bang on the drum earlier in the day.
No law without order ... no freedom without law.
It ain’t rocket science.
As I recall, children born to prostitutes were tended to with no, or little, human input.
They were changed and fed, but there was no effort to teach them language or social skills of any kind.
Again, if I remember correctly ... the purpose was to see what happens if humans are allowed to "develope" without human contact.
I think I remember that in a short time (5 or 6 years old ?), either a murder had occured or one was about to.
The experiment was shut down.
Am I crazy and dreamed this, or did some such experiment occur?
They have absolutely no idea what they're supporting, but they know it's one heck of a street party. As long as the rent and food are free, they'll hang out. What else have they got to do?
There aren't that many of them nation wide. A handful of kids here, a handful of kids there. They just make a lot of noise to get the news coverage. That way, "The publik" thinks there are more of them.
Actually, this movement it really quite tiny, but they are well funded. The headphones and coloring books aren't free. Someone is paying for them.
This is the flotsam and jetsam of a failed society and a labor controlled educational system.
It doesn’t help that the current occupant of the WH is himself social debris of himself.... and incapable of leadership.
It's hard to believe--it is so patently unethical, a form of slavery, that I find it hard to believe that any researcher planning to publicly report his results would carry it out.
The arrow and cross extending from the circle are the respective symbols for Venus and Mars. I would guess it has something to do with free love or sexual anarchy.
The Squatting sign is used by squatters all over the world. Sometimes as a graffiti, often on the walls of the occupied building. But it is also used in the graphic design of posters and flyers. The sign might have originated in the squatters scene in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) in the late seventies.
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