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Arrests made in connection with Evergreen campus riot

The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office arrested five people â€" three males and two women â€" this morning in connection with the destruction of sheriff’s patrol cars during a riot outside a hip-hop concert at The Evergreen State College on Feb. 15.

Four of the five individuals to be arrested in connection with the behavior of concertgoers at the riot are Evergreen students, said Thurston County Chief Criminal Deputy James Chamberlain. The two women who were arrested are members of the 2007 Evergreen women’s soccer team, according to Evergreen’s Web site.

All were arrested on felony warrants, according to Chamberlain.

One of the male arrestees was arrested at campus housing at around 7 a.m. today. The rest were arrested off-campus.

Peter Sloan, 18, of Schinke Road Northeast in Olympia, was arrested on suspicion of riot and first-degree malicious mischief. He is not an Evergreen student.

Jake Silberman, 19, of Bush Street Northwest in Olympia, was arrested on suspicion of riot while armed with a deadly weapon and first-degree malicious mischief. Silberman is listed as a student at Evergreen.

Chase Hill, 23, of Indian Pipe Loop Northwest in Olympia was arrested on suspicion of second-degree theft. He is listed as an Evergreen student.

Monica Ragan, 18, of Ninth Avenue Northwest in Olympia, was arrested on suspicion of riot and first-degree malicious mischief. She is listed as an Evergreen student.

Nina Hinton, 19, of Mount Vernon, was arrested on suspicion of riot and first-degree malicious mischief. She is listed as an Evergreen student.

A total of four sheriff’s patrol cars were damaged during the riots, including one that was flipped over and completely destroyed.

Sheriff’s detectives are still investigating. Anyone with information about the riots can call the sheriff’s office at 786-5500, or Crime Stoppers at 360-493-2222.

Thurston County Sheriff Dan Kimball said of this morning’s arrests, “On the morning of February 15, mob rule took over on the campus of The Evergreen State College. This morning you began to see the rule of law take back over.�

Evergreen officials were not immediately available for comment today.

First-degree malicious mischief is a class B felony, punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine.

Riot is a class C felony when a committed while in possession of a deadly weapon. Class C felonies are punishable by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

Second-degree theft also is a class C felony, punishable by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

From: www.thenewstribune.com (The Olympian March 5th, 2008)

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Sorry, not buying the disclaimer. What we have here are a bunch of bratty little snots that need to be shipped to Iraq for an 18 month tour, so they can grow up to be patriotic Americans.
 

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Are you sure they are not disgruntled Reps who happened to party too much.

Apart from your disclaimer where else does it mention that they are Dems.

Another Right Wing wrecking job with no truth in it. Boy yu sure love to throw those dingbats in the hope that if you say them often enough folk will believe you.

Now if it turns out that their parents were strong Reps, you undoubtably say that the youths had strayed from the fold. :lol:
 

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Are you sure they are not disgruntled Reps who happened to party too much.
Sir John,

In consideration that your ignorance stems from being British and unfamiliar with Evergreen College, but not for your liberal attempt to parrot divider, eddie and webo's insane and incessant attempts mis-characterize those in the right, I will offer some education.

At Evergreen College, Karl Marx, Noam Chomsky, Saul Alinsky, Alan Ginsberg and Timothy Leary are considered right of center.

The only conservatives there are there incognito to practice their survival skills in an environment of extreme adversity.

They would ostracize you for your "extreme right" viewpoint. :lol:
 

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They are ff! Tup:

And fascist, racist, innocent civilian killing, Federal building bombing psychopaths hail from the right! :shock:

Bonz... you know WHY there ain't many... if ANY conservatives at ESU? conf:

'Cause it's considered to be one of the pre-eminent LIBERAL ARTS colleges in the country! clown: :D :D

Hey... here's a question. How come there ain't no such thing as a Conservative Arts major in college? :?

Ohhh yeah... 'cause all of the potential 'students' are in jail on child predator and hate-crime charges! :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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There you go again webo...

Attempting mis-characterize those in the right.

We all know that the fascist, racist, innocent civilian killing, Federal building bombing psychopaths tend to be left-wing radicals and usually Democrats.

Does the Weather Underground, Democratic Socialists, KKK (a Democratic mainstay), National Socialists, ring any bells?
 

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All them bananas you've been eatin' must be foggin' the ol' memory there Bonz? clown:

Ooops... sorry! I forgot for a minute about the Alzheimers. :oops:

The KKK is a southern state originated organization. EVERYBODY knows that the southern states switched to being Republican back in the 60's. :?
Get with the times already! :geek:

Anyway... you got the skinheads, the John Birch Society, the American Nazi party and Timothy McVeigh to be proud of too! :eek: wink:
 

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Hey... here's a question. How come there ain't no such thing as a Conservative Arts major in college?
There are. They're called Economics, Business, Engineering, Law, etc. Ya know, the lefts equivalent to Gay Studies, Islamic Studies, Introduction To Logic etc.. :mrgreen:
 

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And fascist...hail from the right! :shock:

WHO was the FIRST Fascist President of the U.S.??????


"America has a dictator," Benito Mussolini proclaimed, watching FDR from abroad. He marveled at how the forces of "spiritual renewal" on display in the New Deal were destroying the outdated notion that democracy and liberalism were "immortal principles." "Roosevelt is moving, acting, giving orders independently of the decisions or wishes of the Senate or Congress. ... A sole will silences dissenting voices." That almost sounds like Harry Reid
talking about Bush.

Mussolini reviewed FDR's book, Looking Forward proclaiming the author a kindred spirit. The way Roosevelt "calls his readers to battle," he wrote, "is reminiscent of the ways and means by which fascism awakened the Italian people." "Without question," he continued, the "sea change" in America "resembles that of fascism." Indeed, the comparisons were so commonplace, Mussolini's press office banned the practice. "It is not to be emphasized that Roosevelt's policy is fascist because these comments are immediately cabled to the United States and are used by his foes to attack him."

The German press adored FDR. In 1934, the Vlkischer Beobachter, the Nazi Party's official newspaper, described Roosevelt as a man of "irreproachable, extremely responsible character and immovable will" and a "warm-hearted leader of the people with a profound understanding of social needs." Hitler sent FDR a letter celebrating his "heroic efforts" and "successful battle against economic distress." Hitler informed the U.S. ambassador, William Dodd, that New Dealism was also "the quintessence of the German state philosophy."

The New Dealers were not so much mimicking the Soviet Union, Fascist Italy or Nazi Germany. They were attempting to recreate what they had built -up under Woodrow Wilson's war socialism. light:

Today we have no historical memory of how brutal the Wilson Administration was, nor do we realize that many Progressives supported the war not so much because they championed its foreign policy aims, but because they yearned for the "social possibilities of war," in the words of John Dewey, the 20th century's premier political philosopher.

The war provided an opportunity to force Americans to, as journalist Frederick Lewis Allen put it, "lay by our good-natured individualism and march in step." Or as another progressive put it, "Laissez faire is dead. Long live social control." nuke:

It was this spirit which informed FDR's administration light:
. By 1944 he made good on Wilson's conviction that the US constitution was outmoded and in need of replacing with a new "living constitution" nuke: .FDR's proposed innovation was a new "economic bill of rights" which included:

>The right to a useful and remunerative job in the industries or shops or farms or mines of the nation.

>The right to adequate protection from the economic fears of old age, sickness, accident, and unemployment.

>The right of every family to a decent home.

>The right to earn enough to provide adequate food and clothing and recreation.

You read correctly, the right to 'recreation'.

With the intellectuals on their side, Wilson recruited journalist George Creel to become a propaganda minister as head of the newly formed Committee on Public Information (CPI).

Mr. Creel declared that it was his mission to inflame the American public into "one white-hot mass" under the banner of "100 percent Americanism." Fear was a vital tool, he argued, "an important element to be bred in the civilian population."

The CPI printed millions of posters, buttons, pamphlets, that did just that. A typical poster for Liberty Bonds cautioned, "I am Public Opinion. All men fear me!... f you have the money to buy and do not buy, I will make this No Man's Land for you!"

Meanwhile, the CPI released a string of propaganda films with such titles as "The Kaiser," "The Beast of Berlin," and "The Prussian Cur."

Remember when French fries became "freedom fries" in the run-up to the Iraq war? Thanks in part to the CPI, sauerkraut become "victory cabbage."

Under the Espionage Act of 1917 and the Sedition Act of 1918, Wilson's administration shut down newspapers and magazines at an astounding pace. nuke: :eek:

Indeed, any criticism of the government, even in your own home, could earn you a prison sentence. One man was brought to trial for explaining in his own home why he didn't want to buy Liberty Bonds.

The Wilson administration sanctioned what could be called an American fascist, the American Protective League. The APL - a quarter million strong at its height, with offices in 600 cities - carried government-issued badges while beating up dissidents and protesters and conducting warrantless searches and interrogations. nuke: :eek:

Even after the war, Wilson refused to release the last of America's political prisoners, leaving it to subsequent Republican administrations to free the anti-war Socialist Eugene V. Debs and others.


The left claims that president Bush seeks to do something like this with the war on terror. But look at the evidence. No newspapers closed down, a sum total of three detainees water-boarded, two hard core terrorists who happen to be American citizens have had their habeus corpus rights "infringed." light:
After 9/11 President Bush asked the American people to go shopping, not to give up capitalism.

Meanwhile, on the left, self-styled progressives keep trying to recreate the New Deal and the progressive era.


New York Times columnist pines for a "new progressive era." Barack Obama gushed about how he was re-dedicating his campaign at the University of Wisconsin where the Progressive movement was born. Hillary says she's not a liberal but a "modern progressive." Now, obviously, none of the current crop of self-described progressives are eager to replay the darkest chapters of the past.
But we make a mistake when we assume that we can cherry pick only the good parts of our past to re-create.

Jonah Goldberg is the author of the New York Times bestseller Liberal Fascism
 

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I gotta admit Birch... if ANYBODY knows fascism... it's Jonah Goldberg! clown:

Hell... it's his middle name! :D :D
 

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'Cause it's considered to be one of the pre-eminent LIBERAL colleges in the country!

There, I fixed your typo Webo. Hell I thought the place was a trade school for wannabe Boeing Aviation Machinist apprentices. Those that weren't already signed up as card carrying members by Harry Bridges.

And how is the oracle of mass adjectival avalanches and erronious Bs epithets doing this evening?
 

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I'm alright. Just gettin' ready to head home. You?

Ya know... if ya ask real nice... I could probably compose a BS ballasted, adjective overloaded epithet just for you real quick? wink: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
 

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Webo said:
Hey... here's a question. How come there ain't no such thing as a Conservative Arts major in college? :?
Ahh but there are Webo.........MS Degrees.....'Masters of Sleaze'.
Available in Bribery, Graft, Obstruction....... :mrgreen:
Abramoff obtained all three as a 'College Republican'.......
 

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Dan you gotta prove that you are an alacritous counter of assorted legumes to earn that degree.

Used to work with a guy that had a Phd from MIT. Doctor of Sciences he was. Walking encylopedia. Vedddy bright dude.
Was on the team that developed Napalm. I know that is a serious credential for some here. lol
 
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