Occupy Cleveland members Accused of Terrorist Plot

From Buckeye Battle State

The kids next door were planning to blow up the bridge you commute to work on everyday. Okay, maybe they aren’t exactly the kids next door, but they could easily be like one of the people you meet on a daily basis. They are young. Four of the five men between the ages of 20 and 26, the other 35. What they planned to do was heinous and potentially catastrophic.

FBI agents say Douglas L. Wright (20), Brandon L. Baxter (20), Anthony Hayne (35),  Connor C. Stevens (20) and Joshua S. Stafford (23) were caught attempting to purchase C-4 from an undercover FBI agent in order to detonate on Brecksville-Northfield High Level Bridge outside Cleveland, Ohio.

The group had been regular attendants of the Occupy Cleveland movement with two of them listing “Occupy Cleveland” as their occupations on unverified Facebook accounts (You decide if you think they are the right ones below, I will tell you that I do).

Members from Occupy have attempted to distance themselves from the men, but it is looking as if the men may had been relatively involved in the Cleveland chapter.

Read the full story at  Buckeye Battle State: Cleveland Area Quintuplet Accused of Terrorist Plot.

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