The Occupy movement has a horrific record of violence. Occupy Wall Street Exposed has counted a dozen deaths, including three murders; more than a dozen rapes; more than 25 disgusting cases of indecent exposure, public defecation, etc; more than 500 thefts; more than 6,800 arrests; and in excess of $12 million in property damage. A sorry record by any standard.
But the would-be terrorist attack that was foiled on May Day, in which five Cleveland Occupiers plotted to blow up a bridge, was something different–an act of domestic terrorism. That gave Charles Cooke the idea of telephoning the Southern Poverty Law Center, which maniacally keeps track of “right wing” groups that threaten public safety, so see how their investigation of the Occupy movement is coming:
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