Another Dead Occupy Protester, This Time at Occupy Salt Lake City


Yet another death added to the Occupy movement tally.

The death toll is now at 5 tent protesters and 7 overall, as another Occupy protester was found dear in a tent today. The death occurred at the Occupy Salt Lake City camp in Pioneer Park.The protesters have been ordered to leave the parks and camping over night has been banned. They will be allowed to protest during the day, but must leave at night.  This is the same thing that should be done across the United States. The Occupy protesters should be allowed their freedom of speech to what ever their message is; however, they must go home like ever other group would be made to. Squatting in a park for an undermined amount of time is a health and safety risk, let alone a breeding ground for illegal criminal activity.

Hours after a man was found dead inside a tent at Pioneer Park, Salt Lake Police Chief Chris Burbank announced Friday he could no longer allow camping in the park or anywhere in the city.

“We can no longer have individuals camping on our streets,” Burbank said. “We as a city just cannot tolerate this going on.”

Burbank made the announcement Friday at Pioneer Park at the Occupy Salt Lake base camp. He said the group was welcome to continue protesting during the day, but they will no longer be allowed there at night.

It’s about time.

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  • Comments

    2 Responses to “Another Dead Occupy Protester, This Time at Occupy Salt Lake City”

    1. Tamikosmom on November 12th, 2011 9:25 pm

      North Carolina Governor Beverly Perdue words were not pulled out of thin air. Obviously … the possibility of a suspended election has been a topic of discussion in the Democratic circles. Was Perdue chosen as the means to determine the reaction of Americans. In other words … testing the waters.

      Could it that Barack Obama affording credibility to the protesters is a plan to allow widespread anarchy to flourish … widespread anarchy which will providethe perfect climate for Obama to exercise executive power to proclaim a National crisis … a National crisis which dictates the suspension of the 2012 election.

      Those with far left/Maxist leanings will applaud the idea.


      GOP: No ‘Joke’ for North Carolina Governor to Suggest Suspending Elections
      Published September 28, 2011

      “I think we ought to suspend, perhaps, elections for Congress for two years and just tell them we won’t hold it against them, whatever decisions they make, to just let them help this country recover,” she said. “I really hope that someone can agree with me on that. … You want people who don’t worry about the next election.” The audio has been posted online.

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      GOP: No ‘Joke’ for North Carolina Governor to Suggest Suspending Elections
      Published September 28, 2011

      “She wasn’t joking at all. The congressional Democrats are wildly unpopular in North Carolina, so she may have been trying to invent a solution to save their jobs from public accountability,” spokesman Rob Lockwood said. “If it was a joke, what was the set-up? What was the punch-line? Where was the pause for laughter?”

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