Shootings & Murder @ Obama & David Duke Endorsed #OWS In Vermont & Oakland

Breaking: Shooting At #OccupyOakland

Man Shot Dead At #OccupyVermont

This is the left wing, this is how they are.  If you all cant see this by now, then you are just plain blind & stupid.

“Liberals” Nazis, progressives & #OWS people in general need to be put in straight jackets, pronto.

9 thoughts on “Shootings & Murder @ Obama & David Duke Endorsed #OWS In Vermont & Oakland

  1. This is what it is going to take to the CLOSE down all occupy camps. The party is over.

    Man dies from gunshot at Vt. “Occupy” protest

    Witnesses say a man shot himself in an encampment of the Occupy Wall Street in Burlington, Vermont.

    Police say a 35-year-old man was taken to the hospital where he died. The victim has been identified, but police will not release his name until his family is notified.

    Reports from both police and fellow protesters indicated that gunshot was self-inflicted, although it was not clear whether it might have been an accident or a suicide attempt. Burlington Deputy Chief Andi Higbee said the public was not in danger given the circumstances of the shooting.

    The shooting was reported around 2 p.m.

    People who know him say the man is a military veteran. Occupy Vermont leader Emily Reynolds says he “clearly needed more help than we were capable of giving him.”

    Speaking to the Burlington Free Press protester Hayley Mason said the man had been in park for several days. “I don’t know a lot about his personality. He loves the outdoors. He’s been a member of our community,” she told the paper.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57322544/man-dies-in-shooting-at-occupy-burlington/

  2. Man Fatally Shot Near ‘Occupy Oakland’ Protest in California ( over a bag of pot?)

    A man was shot and killed Thursday just outside the Oakland encampment that anti-Wall Street protesters have occupied for the last month, but organizers said the attack was unrelated to their ongoing protest of U.S. financial institutions and that some of their own were the first ones to administer first aid.

    Police Chief Howard Jordan said a preliminary investigation suggests the shooting resulted from a fight between two groups of men at or near the Occupy Oakland camp on a plaza in front of City Hall. During the altercation, one of the men pulled out a gun and fired several rounds into a crowd on the plaza’s edge, Jordan said.

    One of the bullets struck the victim, who was pronounced dead at a hospital, he said.

    No suspects have been identified, said Jordan, who asked people public participating in the protest who may have taken photographs or video that captured the shooting to contact authorities.

    Investigators do not yet know if the men in the fight were associated with Occupy Oakland, but they are looking into reports that some protest participants tried to break up the altercation, Jordan said.

    Drug and gang-related shootings are not uncommon in downtown Oakland, and city leaders have complained that the encampment has pulled law enforcement resources away from solving them. Thursday’s shooting in the center of the debated camp comes a day after a group of Oakland city and business leaders held a news conference demanding the removal of the encampment, saying it has hurt downtown businesses and has continued to pose safety concerns.

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/11/10/man-shot-near-occupy-oakland-protest-in-california/#ixzz1dMX4xIsw

  3. MJ, Where is your straight jacket, the one that is 3D, revolves! You need to break that out again.

    Not a word from Hussein but again, he goes on Vacation tomorrow. for 10 days I think.

  4. Tuberculosis Breaks Out At Occupy Atlanta’s Base

    he home base for Occupy Atlanta has tested positive for tuberculosis.

    The Fulton County Health Department confirmed Wednesday that residents at the homeless shelter where protesters have been occupying have contracted the drug-resistant disease. WGCL reports that a health department spokeswoman said there is a possibility that both Occupy Atlanta protesters and the homeless people in the shelter may still be at risk since tuberculosis is contracted through air contact.

    “Over the last three months were have been two persons who have resided in this facility who have been diagnosed with confirmed or suspected infectious tuberculosis (TB),” said Fulton County Services

    http://ht.ly/7pGF7

  5. NBC and CBS Give Scant Coverage to Deadly Shootings at Occupy Wall Street Protests; ABC Ignores

    On Friday, both NBC’s Today and CBS’s The Early Show offered news briefs on two deadly shooting incidents at two separate Occupy Wall Street protests Thursday night, while ABC’s Good Morning America failed to make any mention of the deaths.

    Both broadcasts worked to separate the violence from the movement itself. Of the Oakland shooting, Morales added: “Police say they’re not sure if the shooting was related to demonstrations.” Brown similarly explained: “Police say that shooting was apparently not related to the protest.”

    http://newsbusters.org/blogs/kyle-drennen/2011/11/11/nbc-and-cbs-give-scant-coverage-deadly-shootings-occupy-wall-street-pr

  6. Protesters Coming Down With the “Zuccotti Lung”

    Park conditions put demonstrators at risk for variety of sicknesses, officials say.

    With wintry weather poised to swoop into the cramped outdoor quarters of Occupy Wall Street protesters, it may not be long before more campers catch what’s being called “Zuccotti lung.”

    That’s what demonstrators have dubbed the sickness that seems to be spreading among them at an unpleasantly high rate these days: “It’s a real thing,” Willie Carey, 28, told the New York Times.

    With little sleep in cold conditions, cigarettes and drinks being passed from mouth to mouth, and few opportunities to wash hands, Zuccotti Park may now just be the best place to catch respiratory viruses, norovirus (also known as the winter vomiting virus) and tuberculosis, according to one doctor.

    The damp clothing and cardboard signs wet with rain are also breeding grounds for mold. Some protesters are urinating in bottles and leaving food trash discarded throughout the campground, providing further opportunities for nastiness.

    “Pretty much everything here is a good way to get sick,” Salvatore Cipolla, 23, from Long Island, told the Times. “It’ll definitely thin the herd.

    http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Zuccotti-Lung-Park-Sickness-Demonstrators-Protesters-Illness-133669113.html

  7. I’ve also had concerns about the sanitation and health issues in those camps. I think there are some EMTs on duty but have no clue if they have meds or Nurses assisting them. Health issues in those camps, like the health issues in homeless shelters can spread throughout all of society and the public hospital systems in the areas where those camps are located really need to send some teams in to do some eval and possible treatments. Regarding the TB threat, I didn’t get a bulletin on that. I have no clue if those people are eating proper healthy meals either.

    There was also another shooting, the latest at or outside the Salt Lake occupyer camp. The occupyers need to put some valid security in place at those things.

    I just don’t know about all this. Camping out as they are doing, in the extreme weather and winter cold, and worse, none of them even appear to be experienced campers. I just don’t know what romantic notion would hold all those people there in those conditions. There was a comment elsewhere that those campers are heating those unvented tents with propane. You cannot heat an unvented tent.

    I just hope we aren’t looking at a massive disaster in the making.

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