#Occupy Protester Found Dead in Texas – Death Toll at 8, Including 2 Murders

Another #Occupy protester was found dead today.

Police investigate a death at the Occupy Vancouver squatters camp in November. (The Province)

Occicials at the University of North Texas reported that a protester was found dead at the camp on Saturday.
The AP reported:

An official at the University of North Texas says a man has been found dead at a campsite on the school’s campus where Occupy Denton protesters have been gathering.

The Dallas Morning News reports (http://dallasne.ws/vMD2Qf ) that university spokesman Buddy Price says officers from the school’s police department found the man’s body Saturday after someone called authorities. Price says no one else was at the encampment when police arrived.

He told the newspaper the man is believed to have been a member of the Occupy Denton encampment.

The man’s name and age have not been released. An autopsy is pending.

In November a young man was found dead in his tent at Occupy Oklahoma City. Organizers referred to the homeless man as “Street Poet.”  A woman at Occupy Vancouver was found dead in her tent a week later.  The Occupy protesters clashed with police and reporters when they came to investigate.

On Tuesday November 8 a protester was found dead in his tent at Occupy New Orleans. The 53 year-old man had been dead for two days.  An Occupy Bloomington protester was found dead in his tent in November.  A man was shot dead on November 10 at the Obama-endorsed Occupy Burlington squatters camp in Vermont.  Another Occupy protester was found dead in a tent on Friday November 11, the fifth dead tent protester.

Norris Devis Terrell, 21, was arrested this week by the U.S. Marshals Service at an apartment on Lakeshore Drive in Lexington, Kentucky. Terrell is accused of murdering 25-year-old Kayode Ola Foster at the Occupy Oakland Camp. (Kentucky.com)

Today’s death at the Occupy Texas camp was the eighth reported death at an #Occupy camp.
Democrats must be very proud.

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