Occupy Wall Street Incident Report – Nov 8
For Immediate Release
November 8, 2011
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Occupy Wall Street Incident Report
One-Stop Source For Updates On The Antics Of Professor Warren’s Intellectual Offspring
BOSTON – Now that Professor Elizabeth Warren has taken credit for creating the “intellectual foundation” of the Occupy movement, the Massachusetts Republican Party is providing an “Occupy Wall Street Incident Report.”
Today’s report includes video of protesters pushing an elderly woman down stairs in Washington D.C., Boston protesters abusing services intended for the homeless, and a protester arrested for stealing a Boston police officer’s bicycle. The photo below was taken on Summer Street in Boston as protesters waved anti-capitalist signs and blocked traffic.
Fox News: ‘Occupy D.C.’ Goons Push Elderly Woman Down the Stairs’ Occupy DC Protesters assaulted conservatives as they exited an Americans For Prosperity “Tribute to Ronald Reagan” dinner. This elderly woman, 78 years old, rode 11 hrs on a bus from Detroit to attend the dinner. After the attack she was taken to hospital with multiple injuries, a bloody nose which developed after the fall, and a large knot on her head. After x-rays and a CAT scan, she was released the following morning with cuts and large bruises.
Boston Herald: Occupy Boston has been encouraging protesters to take showers, hot meals and shelter meant for the homeless, prompting a St. Francis House manager to ask the downtown campers to remove directions from their Internet newspaper. The online publication that calls itself “Occupy Boston Globe” posts meal times and shower hours at St. Francis House on Boylston Street, which runs on private donations and state and federal funding.
WCVB TV: Police continue to make arrests at Occupy Boston’s campsite, nearly four weeks after the group took up residence on the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Authorities said Langston Peace, 29, of Boston, was charged with larceny on Saturday after he walked off with a police department-issued bicycle at about 1:30 p.m.