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1 Occupy protests on Thu Oct 27, 2011 11:38 am

Gwladiator

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Things are getting pretty bad in America now. A marine got shot in the head in Oakland, with a rubber bullet i think. He's in hospital with a fractured skull and swollen brain. The shithouse riot police were throwing flash grenades at the people trying to help him on the floor. Things are going to a lot worse over the coming weeks and months.

The man on the ground is in critical condition with a fractured skull and brain swelling. His name is Scott Olsen. He´╗┐ is 24 years old, originally from Wisconsin. He has a job with a software company, and served two tours of duty in Iraq

2 Re: Occupy protests on Thu Oct 27, 2011 11:53 pm

Dixie_1878

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From bad to worse.doesn't look to be getting better any time soon.what a cuntish thing to do throwing that into a group of people trying to help!

3 Re: Occupy protests on Sat Oct 29, 2011 1:17 am

Gwladiator

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Anyone see the Guardian piece on OccuplyLSX? They hired an infrared camera and said it showed that 90% of the tents were empty. The protesters hired the same camera from the same company, turns out it can't even see into the tents Media lies blatantly exposed.

4 Re: Occupy protests on Sat Oct 29, 2011 1:35 am

Marou

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DiscoStu wrote:Anyone see the Guardian piece on OccuplyLSX? They hired an infrared camera and said it showed that 90% of the tents were empty. The protesters hired the same camera from the same company, turns out it can't even see into the tents Media lies blatantly exposed.

Well in. Bet the stupid twats didn't see that one coming.

5 Re: Occupy protests on Thu Nov 03, 2011 11:19 am

Kenny111

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Fair play to them.

6 Re: Occupy protests on Fri Nov 04, 2011 11:28 am

Gwladiator

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Some cunt in a Mercedes ran two people over at Occupy Oakland yesterday. Violence from police is escalating all over the country. More and more incidents of tear gas and rubber bullets being used on peaceful protesters.


How does the US national anthem end? ''Aaaannddd the home of the free'' isn't it? Lulz.

7 Re: Occupy protests on Fri Nov 04, 2011 1:16 pm

Frank Rizzo

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watched a documentary the other night about the campus protests against the Vietnam war where the police waded in with tear gas and baton. It was contrasted against a battle in Vietnam that saw the largest number of US troops killed in one day. This two events were the turning point in public opinion on the war.

as bad as it seems, while three protests remain peaceful, nobody will ever really take notice that wasn't already. as we see more and more of these acts of brutality and the get more publicity, more people will start to take notice and form an opinion, one way or the other.

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