Skip to comments.'Occupy' Doctor Had Bomb-Making Chemicals In Ridgewood Basement, Authorities Charge
Posted on 11/18/2012 9:54:12 AM PST by chessplayer
A New York doctor who was active in the Occupy Wall Street movement of 2011 was charged Saturday with possessing a large quantity of chemicals used in bomb-making, hours after authorities conducted a raid on the Ridgewood house in which he lived, officials said.
Roberto Rivera, 60, a medical doctor, was charged with recklessly creating a risk of widespread injury or damage after FBI agents and members of the Bergen County bomb squad found precursor chemicals used in the making of explosives,
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Sounds like a real toleant, pace-lovig hugh-manitarian
Given that I don’t trust either side, I’m going to wait to see how this plays out.
it looks like the doctors are really upset about ObambiCare, after all....
Never forget what these people are really like. They have no real conscience and if they kill to achieve their goals, well sacrifices will have to be made for the greater good. They are scum. Never ever trust anyone who voted for Obama. They are capable of any betrayal or atrocity.
I'm guessing Doctor Bomber here used to be one of them, but has since fallen on bitter hard times and wanted to get him some payback.
I'd love to know the circumstances that lead him to becoming an unemployed doctor.
As much as I despise Occutards and everything they represent, I find these “charges” to be absolute B.S..
This is a typical jack booted ATF attempt at misdirection.
Precursor chemicals? Large capacity magazine? Unlawful possession of an assault firearm?
Have you ever noticed how they manage to classify what would be in most circles a modest gun collection and reloading supplies into an extremist arsenal and potential bomb making materials?
Oh, it's the peoples republic of New York....never-mind
Malpractice and incompetence would be my guess.
You beat me to it. Yup, Ridgewood NJ sure isn’t Hoboken.
Make sure this is not just a bag of lawn food and a five gallon jug of kerosene for a heater...
I think we can guess. Any doctor with people skills that are better than the average rabid skunk's can find work.
Where was he born? Incompetent Third World medic?
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