Three NATO protestors held in terror plot

The protestors claim that what the cops thought was equipment to make Molotov cocktails was actually a "home beer brewing operation." Which side do you think is stupid? MSNBC: Their attorney, Sarah Gelsomino, told AP the men were "absolutely in shock and have no idea where these charges are coming from."  "The National Lawyers Guild deplores the charges against Occupy activists in the strongest degree,"  Gelsomino said in a statement decrying the charges. "It's outrageous for the city to apply terrorism charges when it's the police who have been terrorizing activists and threatening their right to protest." Six others initially arrested have been released. They were all detained in a raid Wednesday on a home in Bridgeport on Chicago's South Side, reported. Beer or bombs?But the group of protesters said what police thought was suspicious was actually a home beer-brewing operation. "We were handcuffed to a bench and our legs were shackled...(Read Full Post)