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Occupy PDXer Impersonates Police Officer, Man Arrested Nearby “We’re Going to Burn This Town”

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The bad news – Occupy Portland insists on sticking around and causing problems for the 99% who aren’t them.

The good news – they’re the gift that keeps on giving for citizen journalists hell bent on exposing the truth not revealed by the legacy media.

Dateline Portland Oregon- November 29, 2011 – A videographer approaches the “peaceful protest” being conducted by Occupy Portland in front of The Justice Building in downtown Portland. An Occupier dressed in a mock police uniform and carrying a TASER replica slaps his night stick into his hand menacingly. “Keep it moving!” he orders the videographer. A short time later a man in a bandana is arrested for tresspassing in front of The Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse which some of the Occupiers used as a protest site. “We’re going to Burn This Town!” he tells the Federal Marshalls. A police officer informed us that the man arrested was known to them and had probably been a former resident of the Occupy Portland Camp. An officer thanks us for filming the event.

§ 162.367¹
Criminal impersonation of peace officer
(1) A person commits the crime of criminal impersonation of a peace officer if the person, with the intent to obtain a benefit or to injure or defraud another person, uses false law enforcement identification or wears a law enforcement uniform to give the impression that the person is a peace officer and does an act in that assumed character.
(2) Criminal impersonation of a peace officer is a Class C felony.

Still waiting for an accurate report by anyone in the legacy media on what really goes on with these Occupy protesters.

I mean, it’s not like they’ve threatened violence or anything …

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3 Comments

  1. lclobo98's Gravatar lclobo98
    November 29, 2011    

    “A short time later a man in a bandana is arrested for tresspassing in front of The Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse which some of the Occupiers used as a protest site. “We’re going to Burn This Town!” he tells the Federal Marshalls.” Not the sharpest tool in the shed, is he???

  2. November 30, 2011    

    “Feel it in your haaaaart” A favorite moment in the video.

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