Skip to comments."Hippie" Allegedly Caught With Explosive Powder Previously Stabbed A Bouncer, Stole His Pizza
Posted on 01/04/2013 8:05:13 PM PST by dynachrome
Aaron Greene, the 31-year-old Harvard grad who was arrested on Saturday morning with his pregnant girlfriend for allegedly possessing explosive powder and shotguns, previously stabbed a bouncer in 2005 with an eleven-inch butcher knife and served eight months in jail. The man he stabbed says that the altercation began after Greene stole his slice of pizza and stalked him through the Lower East Sideand soon after the stabbing he predicted Greene was more dangerous than authorities believed at the time. "I told the District Attorney that one of these days, he's gonna shoot up a schoolyard or blow up a federal building," the bouncer says. "But watchhe's gonna skate on these new charges, he's gonna get off because of his family
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None sense...these people are obviously Tea Party members (need I also add they’re racist?) and the extreme right wing MSM is creating a web of lies to tie them to “our” President. (Or maybe they’re militant Amish graduates of Bob Jones University.)
Now the Gothamist has issued a correction denying any connection with Harvard or Occupy Wall Street. I wonder. Next thing the media will be telling us that he’s a vast right wing hippie.
I wonder what is inside his shotgun shells that make them go boom.
Now, what did I write that is so strange? Answer: I used the word, "legally", when it is God given right.
If only you had waited one more day....
Explosive powder??? Black powder is classified as an explosive, gunpowder is classified as a propellant. Another media mis-definition.
Harvard eh? boy they keep turning out a good product.
I used to cut up thousands of match heads, thats explosive powder.
Strike anywhere match heads + ping pong ball sized rock + aluminum foil wrapper = nice combustion initiator when thrown against hard surface.
recollection of 1950's childhood.
“Harvard eh? boy they keep turning out a good product.”
I guess he couldn’t get a job ruining an American company. :)
Yup, I blew the call.