Sunday, May 06, 2012

Occupy bombing terrorism hidden by the media

The five terrorists arrested by the FBI in a bomb plot, were identified as members of Occupy Cleveland, and one of them has been further identified as a leader within the movement, having been the lease signer for their headquarters building.

The building at 3619 Walton Avenue in Cleveland's near West Side is the home for the Occupy Movement in Cleveland, Anthony Haynes signed the lease representing the Occupy movement.

Who is this "Occupy Wall Street" muckety-muck and terror mission planner?

Anthony Hayne, 35, of Cleveland, has a criminal record dating to 2000. He was one of five men arrested by the FBI and charged with setting fake explosive charges under the Ohio 82 bridge between Sagamore Hills Township and Brecksville Monday night.
An FBI affidavit said Hayne helped plan the bombing attempt. It also said he was one of a group that last Sunday picked up a duffel bag containing smoke grenades and gas masks, as well as two black boxes that the suspects thought contained bombs.

At the time of his arrest, Hayne was wanted by Cuyahoga County for violating his probation. In January, Hayne pleaded guilty to theft and breaking and entering a Lakewood restaurant and stealing $2,000. He was placed on probation for 18 months. A judge issued a warrant for his arrest in April.
He served a year in prison starting in 2007 for beating his wife.

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