#Occupy Criminals to Hold Rally Against Police at St. Louis Park They Just Pillaged in March

In March the far left #Occupy Midwest movement held their regional rally in St. Louis. Before they arrived for the “conference” local organizers promised the group would not disrupt the St. Louis community. They lied. On Thursday night the #occupiers opened their conference by clashing with police resulting in 14 arrests. On Saturday they crashed the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in downtowm St. Louis.

Then on the following Monday #Occupy Midwest protesters vandalized the historic Compton Hills Reservoir Park in the city of St. Louis.

The protesters defaced about 100 yards of a stone wall in the park.

City crews were out the next day painting over the spray paint.

They also defaced an historic 100 year-old statue in the park.

The occupiers painted “class war” across the statue’s chest.

Here’s a close-up of the 100 year-old statue.

Grand Old Partisan discovered that the statue “Naked Truth” is a memorial to three German-American Republicans and civil rights heroes: Emil Preetorius, Carl Daenzer and Carl Schurz.

Carl Schurz was a civil rights hero. Co-founder of the Missouri Republican Party, he served as a Union Army general during the Civil War and as ambassador to Spain. He was sent on a fact-finding mission in the postwar South soon after the Confederacy collapsed, and his report shook the nation. Schurz recounting the horrors inflicted by Democrats on the emancipated slaves.

Don’t expect this to make any headlines.

Grand Old Partisan has more.

Now they’re coming back…
On Tuesday the violent criminal group will hold a rally against the police at the same park they just vandalized.

Occupy St. Louis is holding a candle light vigil on Tuesday, April 3, 7pm at Compton Hill Reservoir Park to stand in solidarity with Occupiers who were brutally beaten on March 15, Trayvon Martin, and all victims of police violence and repression. We will be gathering at the south west corner of the park (Russel & Grand). Please bring candles, small paper cups, and lighters.

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