Saturday, May 19, 2012

Occupy Chicago Bomb Plot Included Mayor and Cops, Occupy Members Brent Betterly, Jared Chase and Brian Church Arrested On Terror Charges, RNC Tampa Next.

OCCUPY MOVEMENT TERROR PLOT, From left, Brent Vincent Betterly, 24, of Oakland Park, Fla.; Jared Chase, 24, of Keene, N.H.; and Brian Church, 20, of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.. Betterly, who wore his blond hair in long dreadlocks, was active in several Occupy actions in South Florida.  At one point BRIAN CHURCH asked if the other Occupy terrorists had ever seen a "cop on fire" and discussed throwing a Molotov Cocktail  into the 9th District Police Station. Tampa RNC is the next big target for these Occupy dirtbags.  Read the full charging document.

The Occupy Chicgo terrorists were using 1013 West 32nd Street Chicago IL as as their "SAFE HOUSE", see map of location CLICK HERE. What do the Occupy Tampa and Occupy Sarasota dirtbags have planned for the RNC in Tampa?

BROWARD COUNTY FL Sun Sentinel Newspaper, 9:25 p.m. EDT, May 19, 2012...Several weeks ago, three South Florida veterans of the local Occupy movement piled into an aging Honda and set out for Chicago, where the upcoming NATO summit meeting promised the sort of action-packed street protest friends said they craved. "Frankly, they were kind of bored over here," said Chris Escobar, who lived with two of the men in a rundown apartment building they called "Fort Peace" in Miami's Overtown section. "There is not much going on."

But well before Sunday's start of the summit, the two Broward County residents and a third man with Miami ties got more than they bargained for when they were arrested on terrorism-related charges that include allegations of planned attacks on President Barack Obama's re-election campaign headquarters and the home of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

Brent Vincent Betterly, 24, of Oakland Park, and Fort Lauderdale resident Brian Church, 20, are charged with conspiracy to commit terrorism, providing material support for terrorism and possession of an explosive incendiary device, according to court documents released Saturday.  According to the charging documents from the Cook County state attorney, Betterly, Church and Chase had prepared Molotov cocktails and assembled weapons, including swords and hunting bow, a mortar, throwing stars and knives with brass knuckle handles.

CHICAGO, MAY 19th — Prosecutors say three men arrested in a raid on a Chicago apartment had planned to attack President Barack Obama's campaign headquarters, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's home and other targets, including police stations and police cars.

The trio was arrested Wednesday in a nighttime raid in the Bridgeport neighborhood on the South Side. They're accused of trying to make Molotov cocktails ahead of the two-day NATO summit that starts Sunday.

The trio was charged with providing material support for terrorism, conspiracy to commit terrorism and possession of explosives. The suspects were each being held on $1.5 million bond. They apparently came to Chicago late last month to take part in May Day protests. Six others arrested Wednesday in the raid were released Friday without being charged.

Chicago police Lt. Kenneth Stoppa declined to elaborate on the case beyond confirming the charges against the three who were still in custody. Police identified the suspects as Brian Church, 20, of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Jared Chase, 24, of Keene, New Hampshire; and Brent Vincent Betterly, 24. A police spokesman gave Betterly's hometown as Oakland Park, Massachusetts, but no such town exists. There is an Oakland Park, Florida, that is near Fort Lauderdale.

Occupy Chicago Activist Bill Vassilakis, who said he let the men stay in his apartment, described Betterly as an industrial electrician who had volunteered to help with wiring at The Plant, a former meatpacking facility that has been turned into a food incubator with the city's backing.  Occupy Chicago protester William Vassilakis, who was not arrested. MORE FORM THIS SOURCE...

“This is just propaganda to create a climate of fear and to create this public perception that protesters are violent,” said Michael Deutsch, a lawyer with the National Lawyers Guild (NLG), which is providing legal advice and representation to protesters, for free, during the summit meeting protests.  See also "National Lawyers Guild’s Support and Defense of Al-Qaeda, Communism and Occupy Movement Terrorists." Al-Qaeda and the Occupy Movement have much more in common than their radical ideology to bring down the US Government and Capitalism, they both use or are used by the same set of anti-American, Communist attorneys, the National Lawyers Guild (NLG).

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