From The Blaze
During last week’s “May Day,” five self-described anarchists were arrested after it was discovered they were plotting to bomb an Ohio bridge.
At the time, we showed you that at least two of the members said they worked at “Occupy Cleveland” on their Facebook pages, though many other media outlets were seemingly unsure if there was any connection between the “Occupy” movement, and the criminal plot. But now the Occupiers have been caught on tape admitting one of the suspected plotters was such an active member that his name was on the lease for the group’s warehouse.
Last week, even if the connection was mentioned it was usually only to remark that the men were radicals loosely affiliated with the movement. In fact, an article in today’s Washington Post still makes no mention of the link, despite mounting evidence to the fact.
But in what represents one of the most concrete links thus far, the Cleveland Plain Dealer is reporting that one of the suspects, Anthony (Tony) Hayne, signed the lease where roughly a dozen of Occupy Cleveland’s members live. What’s it based on? Well, the Occupiers recorded themselves admitting it during a “general assembly.”
Read more here.