Skip to comments.700 Gather Outside San Quentin for Occupy Protest (Occupiers Now Coddle Killers & Rapists)
Posted on 02/21/2012 7:42:09 PM PST by DogByte6RER
700 gather outside San Quentin for Occupy protest
As many as 700 peaceful Occupy demonstrators gathered outside San Quentin State Prison this afternoon as part of a nationwide effort to call for prison reform.
"It's been an amazing day," said Crystal Bybee, a spokeswoman for the local Occupy 4 Prisoners group. "We've had hundreds of people out here reading messages from prisoners and speaking out about issues that are important to us."
Among the reforms protest organizers are calling for are elimination of solitary confinement, a ban on the death penalty and an end to California's "three-strikes" law. The protest was one of about 15 taking place at prisons across the country today.
San Quentin was placed on lockdown in anticipation of the protest, with prisoners being kept in their cells. On-ramps and off-ramps from Interstate 580 at East Francisco Boulevard were closed during the protest.
The demonstration, outside the prison's East Gate, ran from about noon to about 3:30 p.m. A spokesman for the Marin County Sheriff's Office described the protest as peaceful.
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Has anyone else noticed that whenever the Occupiers have a protest, the MSM always makes sure to characterize it as “peaceful”?
I wondered for a moment how long Crystal Bybee would last INSIDE the prison, you know, with the actual scumbags she’s trying to “help”. Then I saw this video, and I knew she wouldn’t last more than a few seconds: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8NCsZkEVYQ
She looks like a character that might be a regular foil on Saturday Night Live.
Pro-Fabulous, Anti Capitalist, Queer Feminist bloc? Yeah, that lines right up with San Quentin...
Are they daft?
Come now, even Charlie needs a new found cause.
Seriously? WTF is this about? These people really need to figure out a message and stick with it.
Well, if there would have been a three strikes law in 1993, Polly Klaas would have celebrated her 31st birthday last month.
Let them in.
Well they have killed 11 peopple and raped a couple dozen women, including children.
“Well, if there would have been a three strikes law in 1993, Polly Klaas would have celebrated her 31st birthday last month”
Wrong! If Dick Davis had been nabbed or killed prior to the crappy law, Polly may still be alive today. Since when does another law save anybody/anything?
Just when you think these scumbags can’t stoop any lower, they cease to amaze me once again. Coddling baby killers, I wonder how Marc Klaas or Erin Runnion feel about this, both of their children’s murderers are on death row at San Quentin. So what do these occupy freaks want? Baby killers roaming free, maybe they can move in with them in their cuddly little tents and do what they do best. Absolutely disgusting, these are vermin plain and simple, lowlife scum
1. Were they recruiting?
2. Were they visiting jailed Occupy members?
3. Did they sing “We shall overcome?”
4. Could we slip the guards a few bills to lock the 700 up for awhile?
5. How could the guards tell which ones were the inmates and which ones were the occupiers?
6. Who smelled better, the inmates or the occupiers?
I just love the “queer/feminist bloc” banner.
I’m gonna keep that picture around when I have to pull back on the reigns a bit.
Let them in; keep them there.
Bubba needs fresh meat, of any gender.
The occupiers would be the ones who were dead the next day the inmates would be the ones still alive.
You don’t think some of those inmates could hold their own? There were plenty of rapists and bad ones in the occupy groups.
I think all of the inmates could hold their own.
the occupiers have found their home at last...hope there are enough empty cells for them all..
Let all of them in but don’t let anyone leave for at least 10 years!!!
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