Bombing Suspect Who Has Nothing to do With Occupy Cleveland Signed Lease for Occupy Cleveland Warehouse http://t.co/7ZrLTorV— JWF (@JammieWF) May 6, 2012
Of the five alleged terrorists who were arrested last week for attempting to blow up a bridge, one was an Occupy Cleveland spokesman and another signed the lease for Occupy Cleveland’s warehouse.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports:
One of the five self-described anarchists arrested last week for attempting to blow up a local bridge signed the lease for a West Side warehouse where about a dozen members of the Occupy Cleveland group live.
In a one-hour recording of a Friday evening general assembly meeting of the group posted on its website http://occupycleveland.com/live-stream, occupy leaders expressed concern about Anthony Hayne’s name being on the lease, which strengthens his link to the group.
“We have a person facing terrorism charges on the lease of our warehouse,” said one of the leaders. “If this gets into the media, it would be a disaster.”
It’s getting harder for Occupy Cleveland to distance itself from the bridge-bombing plot.
We wonder if this will be reported by the Washington Post, New York Times, ABC News, NBC News, CBS News, MSNBC, CNN, and Time magazine, none of which had covered this story at the time of this writing.
Just like the tea party? Yeah, right.