Just like the Tea Party: Arrests Made in Occupy Oakland Murder
I went to two Greenville Tea Party events (and my homie Mark Sanford was at one – straight pimpin’) but there was nothing like this going on. It was all love and respect and patriotism. At Occupy Oakland it was about old school ‘banging:
OAKLAND, Calif. — Authorities have made an arrest in the shooting death of a man near the former Occupy Oakland encampment outside City Hall.
Police say 20-year-old Norris Terrell, of Oakland, was picked up last week in Louisville, Ky. Prosecutors have charged him with murder in the Nov. 10 slaying of 25-year-old Kayode Ola Foster, who was staying at the camp.
Police say Terrell also wounded a credit union teller with an errant bullet meant for Foster.
Three other people have also been arrested for assault in connection with the shooting. Police say 32-year-old Joseph Anthony Gholston, 20-year-old Excell McKinley and 18-year-old Carleon Roberson beat Foster before Terrell shot him.
Authorities say the shooting occurred after one of the suspects got into a dispute at the camp that might not have involved Foster.
As Mark “D-Droppa” Sanford would say don’t go to the ‘hood and don’t bring the ‘hood to you if you don’t have heart.
Word on the street is that the group were at Occupy to deal, were getting “down twinkled” too much and Foster just bumped into them at the wrong time.
Maybe Occupy organizers should warn their comrades about interacting with dangerous criminals?