Double standard in law enforcement of Tea Party and occupy protesters

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How Toledo police handled occupy protestors.

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Fred, you've got better access to the numbers. How many accusations of rape were there at the Tea Party rallies?

MikeyA

I ran the matrix and it was exactly none

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Rikers cons flood Zuccotti for free eats
http://nypost.com/2011/10/26/rikers-cons-flood-zuccotti-for-free-eats/
Volunteer Lauren Digioia, 26, said, “We have drug dealing going on here, gang activity, public intoxication. There are a lot of instigators. There are a lot of vultures.

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They must have owed money to the BLM.

No wait... there's no guns. Maybe they made fun of the BLM.

MikeyA

The whole point is that people who owe money to the BLM and brandish weapons don't get attacked with pepper spray. That's what they do to innocent protesters. The law breaking bigots get treated much better. It's that double standard thing.

Maybe if the "inniocent protesters" didn't shit on the sidewalks they wouldn't get sprayed?

Occupy Wall Street on Trial: Cecily McMillan Convicted of Assaulting Cop, Faces Up to Seven Years

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Those getting pepper sprayed were not shitting on the sidewalk.

Who came first in this case? The protestors or the Cops in body armor?

Who came first in the other case?

MikeyA

I didn't want to break my string of 100 consecutive unwatched videos posted by Mrindependent, but just from the screenshot--that isn't a Princeton professor is it? Wow--I bet he's a Conservative--right?

How can one group of Americans brandish weapons threaten others Americans with physical harm and go unpunished while peaceful unarmed protesting OWS Americans are rounded up maced and charged with felonies? Surely the narrow-minded partisans among us can see the dangers in all this.

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Paul has other questions.

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