Occupy Wall St. members on tape dumping bucket of urine and feces in ATM vestibule and down staircase in lower Manhattan, one had stun gun in car
He was arrested on Wall Street Saturday on charges of unlawful possession of noxious matter and aggravated unlicensed operation of motor vehicle. Police also recovered a stun gun from inside his vehicle."...
"Surveillance video captured Occupy Wall Street demonstrators just before 8 p.m. on March 14 dragging large quantities of human urine and feces in containers to an open-air plaza at the corner of Nassau and Cedar Streets in Lower Manhattan, then pouring the waste down the stairs there. In a separate incident the same night, approximately 20 minutes later, one of the suspects entered a Chase ATM vestibule on Water Street and poured the human waste inside the vestibule."
3/22/12, "Occupy Protester Dumped Tub of Feces: Police," nbcnewyork.com
- 3/21/12, "Police hunt two OWS demonstrators suspected of dumping fecal matter outside JP Morgan Chase," NY Post, J. Schram
"Police are seeking at least two Occupy Wall Street demonstrators suspected of dumping buckets full of urine and feces outside JP Morgan Chase and inside an ATM vestibule.
Jordan Brooks Amos, 25, of Philadelphia, was charged with criminal mischief on March 16 after he was caught on a surveillance camera dumping what police believe to be the protesters’ own waste, a source said.
In the tape, Amos and at least two accomplices are seen carrying a large bucket full of urine and feces and disposing of it down a staircase near the corner of Nassau and Cedar streets, just outside JP Morgan Chase.About 20 minutes later, one of the men walks into a Chase bank vestibule at 155 Water St. and dumps the waste right by an ATM machine. Amos was in charge of bringing food for protesters at 60 Wall St. and his white van was caught crossing the Brooklyn Bridge several times, a source said.
Police used surveillance images from the bridge and matched it with footage from the dumpings in the Financial District."Tweet Stumbleupon StumbleUpon