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Occupy Cleveland leaders said they were considering moving from the $600-a-month warehouse to limit media damage.

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Terror suspect anthony-hayne

Terror suspect anthony-hayne

According to Clevealnd.com, Anthony Hayne,  one of five suspects arrested for attempting to blow up a Cleveland area bridge last week, inked his signature to a warehouse lease on behalf of the Cleveland areas ‘Occupy’ Movement, further solidifying the “bridge” between the terrorist gang and the far-left group.

Mr. Hayne, 35, signed the 3619 Walton Avenue warehouse lease, where it’s reported that twelve members of the  ‘Occupy’ group live.

Hayne and five others were arrested May 1 2012 for attempting to blow up a four-lane highway bridge that runs  over part of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park in the Brecksville area, about 15 miles south of downtown Cleveland.  An FBI informant first spotted the suspects at an ‘Occupy Cleveland’ rally when he noticed them moving through the crowd, expressing their discontent at their fellow demonstrators’ lack of eagerness to incite violence. The 5 men were carrying walkie-talkie type devices, the FBI informant said.

Leaders of the Occupy Cleveland movement expressed fear that the new linkage would spell “disaster” for the

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Cleveland (Photo credit: Ann Althouse)

movement. Whether that concern was pre or post capture of the now famous 5 is unknown.

Occupy Cleveland leaders said they were considering moving from the $600-a-month warehouse to limit media damage.

Cleveland ranked as the fourth poorest city in America in 2009.