Lucky for us Americans that you all are so incompetent.

Occupying Jail Cells: Domestic Terrorism

"Only blood of the rich will stop occupy."

Wisconsin Occupier invites himself for cocktails with Gov. Scott Walker... Molotov cocktails. Oh, sorry, my mistake. Occupy is over now, apparently? Now they want to call themselves Idle No More?* And allegedly, one of their members was caught with a bottle filled with gasoline in the Wisconsin State Capitol building. -Jim Treacher Go To Site

The daughter of a prominent New York doctor and her Occupy Wall Street-organizer boyfriend were arrested after police discovered an explosive used for making bombs and a cache of weapons in their upscale New York City apartment, it was claimed. Morgan Gliedman, 27, and Aaron Greene, 31, were taken away from their home in Manhattan's pricey Greenwich Village on Saturday. The New York Post reports that police found seven grams of HMTD, a high explosive powder that was reportedly used in the 2005 London Underground bombings. Officers discovered bomb-making instructions, including one document titled 'The Terrorist Encyclopedia,' according to the newspaper... Greene is an activist with Occupy Wall Street and friends told police his political views are 'extreme,' a source told the newspaper. Go To Site

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. Go To Site

Lucky for us Americans that you all are so incompetent.

Ohio Bridge Bombing Plot

"We are pleased these defendants have admitted to their intent to utilize violence, which threatened innocent citizens, to further their ideological views," said FBI Special Agent in Charge Stephen Anthony.

Five anarchists were arrested in Cleveland by the FBI for trying to bomb a bridge. Authorities said they had a wish list of other targets, including the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, the Justice Center of Cleveland and another bridge. Two of the arrested — Brandon Baxter and Anthony Hayne — were named in past news reports as leaders of Occupy Cleveland. Go To Site

While there, Occupy Cleveland held a small press conference where they continued to defend the men and say that they were victims of entrapment. U.S. Attorney Steve Dettelbach said, ”Make no mistake about it—it was their plot. It was the defendants who selected the target they wished to destroy.” Go To Site

The five were charged with plotting to bomb a bridge linking two wealthy Cleveland suburbs by placing what they thought were real explosives at the site and repeatedly trying to detonate them using text messages from cellphones, according to the FBI affidavit. The FBI said the suspects bought the explosives — actually fake — from an undercover employee and put them at the base of a highway bridge over the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, about 15 miles south of downtown Cleveland. Go To Site

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One of the leaders of the Occupy Cleveland movement, Brandon Baxter, is one of those arrested for today's terrorist plot to bomb a bridge in Cleveland... Another of today's suspects is Anthony Hayne, named previously in a report on Occupy Cleveland. “I just want to be very clear: we are not occupying Lakewood,” said Anthony Hayne, who is organizing the information session.

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Douglas L. Wright, 26, joined alleged co-conspirators Brandon L. Baxter, 20, a.k.a. “Skabby,” and Anthony Hayne, 35, a.k.a. “Tony” and “Billy,” in a plot that authorities say honed in on the Brecksville-Northfield High Level Bridge, which spans the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and carries a four-lane highway. The men have been charged with conspiracy and attempted use of explosive materials to damage physical property affecting interstate commerce.

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It was at the October 21 OWS event that the informant first met Douglas Wright, 26, who reportedly confided details of his group’s planned attacks “against corporate America and the financial system,” according to court filings... Wright eventually served as the informant’s bridge to the four other men busted in the bombing plot--despite the fact that the quartet was “unsure” about the snitch for whom Wright vouched. Of the five men arrested, four were involved in the Occupy Cleveland movement, according to their Facebook profiles, a news story, and a federal criminal complaint.

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In a one-hour recording of a Friday evening general assembly meeting of the group posted on its website, 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.”

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CLEVELAND - Dozens of members of Occupy Cleveland showed up at a Cleveland courthouse to support the five people charged in connection with an alleged plot to blow up a northeast Ohio bridge. The five suspects -- 21-year-old Connor Stevens, 24-year-old Joshua Stafford (aka “Skully”), 26-year-old Douglas Wright (aka “Cyco), 20-year-old Brandon Baxter (aka “Skabby”) and 37-year-old Anthony Hayne (aka “Tony” & “Billy”) – pleaded not guilty during their arraignment Monday morning. The suspects had the charges -- conspiracy and attempted use of explosive material to damage physical property affecting interstate commerce -- read to them in open court.

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AKRON, Ohio (AP) — One of five men charged with plotting to bomb an Ohio highway bridge pleaded guilty Wednesday and agreed to testify against his co-defendants. Anthony Hayne, 35, of Cleveland, who has a criminal record for theft and breaking and entering, pleaded to all three counts against him in U.S. District Court. His attorney, Michael O'Shea, said Hayne hopes to get leniency in return for his testimony.

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Connor Stevens, Doug Wright and Brandon Baxter -- three men affiliated with Occupy Cleveland who were arrested in the spring for plotting to blow up a bridge -- entered guilty pleas on Wednesday afternoon. A fourth man pleaded guilty earlier this year, while a fifth suspect is undergoing a competency evaluation. All three pled guilty to "conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction, attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction and attempted use of an explosive device to destroy property used in interstate commerce," according to the Justice Department.

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St Louis: “Only blood of the rich will stop occupy.”

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MIAMI — The last place where their friends in the Occupy Miami movement saw Jared Chase and Brent Vincent Betterly was at an apartment building that authorities here condemned last week, five days before the young men became two of Chicago’s “NATO 3” terror suspects... Cook County authorities say Chase, 27, Betterly, 24, and a third man, 22-year-old Brian Church, met in Fort Lauderdale. The three — now being held on $1.5 million bond each — drove to Chicago last month and planned to firebomb President Obama’s campaign headquarters and Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s North Side home in addition to Chicago police stations and squad cars, authorities charge.

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Brent Vincent Betterly, one of the three charged with attempting to bomb Chicago during the NATO summit, is an OCCUPY member who was arrested several times in Washington DC’s Occupy camp in McPherson Square. He’s still wanted there per DC Superior Court records.

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In a piece that must be read to be believed, the radical publication Adbusters, which first suggested the tactic of occupying Wall Street, has now officially endorsed the Black Bloc anarchists as the next phase of the now-flaccid Occupy movement. This endorsement is especially interesting, since many involved with Occupy publicly deny that the Black Bloc is actually affiliated with Occupy.

In a one-hour recording of a Friday evening general assembly meeting of the group posted on its website, 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." Go To Site

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In a statement at the top of the action webpage, resistRNC says, “if you are looking for ideas to help you with your action planning, here are some helpful videos!” In one of ResistRNC’s “helpful videos,” a young man is seen lighting a Molotov cocktail on fire, and then hurling the firebomb towards a group of police. The video is actually a mashup of a Jay-Z and Kanye West song in which the musical pair apparently celebrates their love of violence and police brutality with their new song “No Church In The Wild.”

Molotov Cocktail Party: Macy's Is Invited...

"In a few days you’re gonna see what a Molotov cocktail can do to Macy’s."

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The privileged daughter of a prominent city doctor, and her boyfriend — a Harvard grad and Occupy Wall Street activist — have been busted for allegedly having a cache of weapons and a bombmaking explosive in their Greenwich Village apartment. Morgan Gliedman — who is nine-months pregnant — and her baby daddy, Aaron Greene, 31, also had instructions on making bombs, including a stack of papers with a cover sheet titled, “The Terrorist Encyclopedia,’’ sources told The Post yesterday... A detective discovered a plastic container with seven grams of a white chemical powder called HMTD, which is so powerful, cops evacuated several nearby buildings. Police also found a flare launcher, which is a commercial replica of a grenade launcher; a modified 12 gauge Mossberg 500 shotgun; ammo; and nine high-capacity rifle magazines, the sources said.

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He’s a doctor and a passionate supporter of the Occupy Wall Street movement, but prosecutors say the New Jersey physician was hiding something in his apartment that could have proved deadly... Prosecutors and the FBI say the 60-year-old doctor was stockpiling large amounts of bomb-making materials in his second-floor apartment inside a quaint Ridgewood house. They also say he had a stash of weapons, including an assault rifle that he wasn’t permitted to own, CBS 2’s Christine Sloan reported.

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They said that as the search continued, they found large amounts of nitric acid, hydrogen peroxide, glycerin, sulfuric acid, calcium hypochlorite and potassium perchlorate — all chemicals that can be used in making explosives. They also said they found 10 pounds of thermite and 10 thermite lighters, which can be used to detonate bombs. ... They did, however, say they found folders marked “revolution” and “anarchism” in his home, along with documents on how to make explosives. Rivera also was quoted in a Bloomberg News report last year voicing his support for Occupy Wall Street protesters.