Another rape at Occupy Wall Street goes unreported

Rick Moran
"We don't tell anyone," she said. "We handle it internally. I said too much already."

That's the response to a sexual assault that occurred at the OWS early Saturday morning. New York Post:

The snow turned their tents into igloos, but the close quarters also made easy pickings for one predator.

A sex fiend barged into a woman's tent and sexually assaulted her at around 6 a.m., said protesters, who chased him from the park.

"Pervert! Pervert! Get the f--k out!" said vigilante Occupiers, who never bothered to call the cops.

"They were shining flashlights in his face and yelling at him to leave," said a woman who called herself Leslie, but refused to give her real name.

She said that weeks earlier another woman was raped.

Evidently, "the cause" is more important than catching a rapist who will probably now rape another woman somewhere else in the city.

Maybe they're hoping the rapist's next victim will be a member of the "one percent."





"We don't tell anyone," she said. "We handle it internally. I said too much already."

That's the response to a sexual assault that occurred at the OWS early Saturday morning. New York Post:

The snow turned their tents into igloos, but the close quarters also made easy pickings for one predator.

A sex fiend barged into a woman's tent and sexually assaulted her at around 6 a.m., said protesters, who chased him from the park.

"Pervert! Pervert! Get the f--k out!" said vigilante Occupiers, who never bothered to call the cops.

"They were shining flashlights in his face and yelling at him to leave," said a woman who called herself Leslie, but refused to give her real name.

She said that weeks earlier another woman was raped.

Evidently, "the cause" is more important than catching a rapist who will probably now rape another woman somewhere else in the city.

Maybe they're hoping the rapist's next victim will be a member of the "one percent."