Watchwoman: In downtown Cleveland, one male Flea Bagger raped a female Occupying Flea Bagger. The woman was told that “Weldon” was to share her tent that night, well, Weldon decided to share more than her tent. He also forced the woman to share her body. But the surprising thing was not that it happened, but how the local news reported it. I mean with all the free drugs being RE-distributed at the Flea Baggers’ protests, I would anticipate this lawless behavior to be widely practiced. I never heard the word “claims” so often in a news report before and that is what I found to be as inappropriate as blaming any victim is. I mean why should the woman be assumed to be lying at the Flea Bagger’s Hop! When the Duke Lacrosse team boys were accused of raping the stripper, it was assumed and reported that they were guilty with no trial and no proof other than the strippers lying accusations! In fact, it was proven that they weren’t guilty at all! But it’s amazing how the stories get reported by the commie, anti-free-market, anti-American news local and national. More proof that the mainstream news people are nothing more than controlled commie reporters. Go on to read below about how the Flea Baggers are stealing from one another in NY and Florida at the Flea Baggers Hop — and I’m sure as true north on a compass that it’s happening in every other city as well, not just Cleveland, NY and Florida. But isn’t this another form of the “redistribution of wealth.” So what’s the complaint? After all if one Flea Bagger has a $5500 laptop computer, why shouldn’t he/she be willing that another Flea Bagger have one just like it? Well, maybe not just another one, how about that one! Redistribute it all around! After all, in commie-ism, what’s yours is mine, right? Share a tent, share a computer, share your drugs man, share your 99% sign, share your body! Redistribute it all, fleas included! (And FYI, Obama supports the Flea Bagger Hop!) ▬ Donna Calvin
Thieves preying on fellow protesters
By LARRY CELONA, LAURA ITALIANO REBECCA HARSHBARGER, FRANK ROSARIO and JAMIE SCHRAM
October 18, 2011
Occupy Wall Street protesters said yesterday that packs of brazen crooks within their ranks have been robbing their fellow demonstrators blind, making off with pricey cameras, phones and laptops — and even a hefty bundle of donated cash and food.
“Stealing is our biggest problem at the moment,” said Nan Terrie, 18, a kitchen and legal-team volunteer from Fort Lauderdale.
“I had my Mac stolen — that was like $5,500. Every night, something else is gone. Last night, our entire [kitchen] budget for the day was stolen, so the first thing I had to do was . . . get the message out to our supporters that we needed food!”
Crafty cat burglars sneaked into the makeshift kitchen at Zuccotti Park overnight and swiped as much as $2,500 in donated greenbacks from right under the noses of volunteers who’d fallen asleep after a long day whipping up meals for the hundreds of hungry protesters, the volunteers said.
“The worst thing is there’s people sleeping in the kitchen when they come, and they don’t even know about it! There are some really smart and sneaky thieves here,” Terrie said.
“I had umbrellas stolen, a fold-up bed I brought because my back is bad — they took that, too!”
Security volunteer Harry Wyman, 22, of Brooklyn was furious about the thievery — and vowed to get tough with the predatory perps.
“I’m not getting paid, but I’m not gonna stand for it. Why people got to come here and do stupid stuff? All it does is make people not wanna come here anymore,” Wyman fumed.
At one point yesterday, Wyman and other volunteers briefly scuffled with a man who was standing near a park entrance with a pail calling out: “Donations! Donations!” — and pocketing the cash people tossed in the bucket.
Meanwhile, the Rev. Jesse Jackson was at Zuccotti late last night as he and about 50 protesters formed a human chain in front of a medical tent after police officers came over to ask about the tent, cops and protesters said.
“Jesse dropped in like a ninja,” said Stephanie Perricone, 21. “He came out of nowhere and helped us all out.”
The officers were asking about the size of the tent when the crowd of demonstrators — including Jackson — stood en masse in front of it.
The cops said didn’t ask for it to be taken down and the issue was quickly resolved.