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9 students charged in Canóvanas incident

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posted on Oct, 11 2009 @ 11:59 PM
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9 students charged in Canóvanas incident


www.caribbeanbusinesspr.com

nine high-school students in puerto rico have been charged with assault after authorities accused them of throwing eggs, rocks and sticks at police officers.
The altercation occurred as students sought to protest the recent layoffs of nearly 17,000 government workers. They learned that Gov. Luis Fortuño was attending a function at a neighboring public housing complex.

The government says the layoffs were needed to help reduce a $3.2 billion deficit.

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posted on Oct, 11 2009 @ 11:59 PM
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Puerto Rico is competing with california to be the first failed "State" even though it is not officially a state.

There are protests every day at many different places.

This particular incident even had the police bring in automatic weapons into a highschool (WATCH HERE wapa.tv...)

The labor unions are gonna have a general strike where they will attempt to close down the marine and air ports IN AN ISLAND.

TSHTF here already...



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posted on Oct, 12 2009 @ 12:13 AM
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"Ya esto se está tirando hacia una anarquía, hacia los sabotajes del pasado", añadió.

Destacó que existen leyes federales que prohiben ese tipo de manifestación.

"Hoy día eso (la paralización de muelles y puertos) está muy claramente definido en las leyes federales como terrorismo", advirtió el funcionario, quien aseguró que se estarían violando por lo menos tres leyes federales.
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"This is already becoming an anarchy going towards the sabotages of the past" he said.
He added that there are federal laws that prohibit this sort of demonstration.
"nowadays closing down piers and ports is very clearly defined in federal law as terrorism" warned the secretary who assured at least three federal laws would be violated by such acts...


www.primerahora.com...



posted on Oct, 12 2009 @ 12:15 AM
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