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Sunday, May 17, 2009

Bradley Neal Crowder, Another RNC Protester Terrorist Sentenced To Prison

Left: Mr. Herbert: Mmmmmmm, you're going to do just fine in prison, Bradley, with your comely blond hair. Mmmmmmmmm... Center: Bradley Neal Crowder. Right: Nelson Muntz

Bradley Neal Crowder, another Liberal peaceful violent protester has been sentenced to two years in prison for his actions at the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul. PR Newswire:

    A 23-year-old man from Austin, Texas, who was connected to a group that planned to disrupt the Republican National Convention (RNC) in September 2008, was sentenced today in federal court to possessing destructive devices. On May 14, in Minneapolis, U.S. District Court Chief Judge Michael Davis sentenced Bradley Neal Crowder to 24 months in prison and three years of supervised release on one count of possession of a destructive device. Crowder was indicted on Sept. 22, 2008, and pleaded guilty on Jan. 8, 2009.

    "This case is part of a two-year effort with the U.S. Secret Service, along with our state and local partners, to identify and address threats to the 2008 Republican National Convention," said Ralph Boelter, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI's Minneapolis Field Office. "Threatening life and property in the name of a perceived cause is reprehensible regardless of the ideological influence that motivates the attackers."

    According to Crowder's plea agreement, he admitted that between Aug. 31 and Sept. 3, 2008, he knowingly possessed and manufactured eight Molotov cocktails, not registered to him or anyone else in the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record.

    Crowder was indicted along with a second defendant, David Guy McKay, 22, Austin, Texas. Following a mistrial in February, McKay pleaded guilty to three firearms charges on March 17, 2009, and is scheduled to be sentenced by Judge Davis on May 21, 2009.

    According to trial testimony, the FBI in Texas began investigating the group, labeled by law enforcement as the Austin Affinity Group, in February 2008. McKay and Crowder were members of the group.


    Crowder and other members of the Austin Affinity Group traveled from Austin, Texas, to Minnesota. The group brought a rental trailer with them that contained 35 riot shields, made from stolen traffic barrels. The intended use of the shields was to help demonstrators block streets near the Xcel Energy Center in order to prevent convention delegates from safely reaching the convention. St. Paul Police seized these shields on Aug. 31.

    According to trial testimony, McKay and Crowder, angered by the loss of the shields, purchased supplies for constructing Molotov cocktails at a St. Paul Wal-Mart on Aug. 31, including a gas can, motor oil and tampons. They also purchased gasoline at a gas station. They then manufactured the eight Molotov cocktails at an apartment on Dayton Avenue where they were staying.


    During a conversation overheard by law enforcement through electronic surveillance on Sept. 2, McKay told an informant that he intended to throw the Molotov cocktails at police vehicles parked in a lot near the Dayton Avenue apartment. The parking lot was used as a checkpoint area for vehicles entering the security perimeter around the convention site. It was visibly patrolled by the U.S. Secret Service, various police agencies and the military.

    During the execution of a search warrant by the St. Paul Police Department at the Dayton Avenue residence where McKay was staying when he was arrested, officers seized a variety of items, including gas masks, slingshots, helmets and knee pads. Under the kitchen sink, officers discovered a two-gallon gasoline container identical to the one purchased by Crowder and McKay at the Wal-Mart on Aug. 31. In the basement of the residence, officers found eight assembled Molotov cocktails. They consisted of bottles filled with gasoline with an attached wick made from tampons.

But...but...I thought Liberals were the peaceful protesters. The kind who fought ideology with their words and ideas, not violence.

The American Taliban is alive and well with the reprobates in the Liberal and Progressive wing of the Democrat Party. They are the Pbama Cultists and the Insane Liberal Clown Posse (ILCP). Oh, they claim they're for Free Speech and the First Amendment, but when your speech doesn't completely agree with theirs, then their idea of protesting is blocking and preventing delegates from reaching their destination. And if they need to use Molotov cocktails or bags full of urine and feces, well...whatever justifies the end is the mindset of these despicable Low Life Liberal Scumbags. They should be fed to a hungry pool of sharks.

How many Liberal and Progressive bloggers and writers are condemning the actions of those like Crowder, McKay and Matthew DePalma? (** crickets chirping **)

Crowder, David McKay and Matthew DePalma are Domestic Terrorists.

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Frpm democRAT terrorist to prison twink. That resume should qualify Bradley to teach at Harvard.
We can only hope that Bradley will form very "special" relationships in prison...mostly from the viewpoint of bent over and staring at the floor.

"Attention Mister Herbert, Attention Mr. Herbert, new prison bitch arriving in cell block C...."
You're an idiot. He'll most likely never even see the inside of a prison...he'll just be in jail with a bunch of gangbangers, wife beaters, and petty criminals....

Plus, this 'horrible' person, spent his holding time not only tutoring fellow inmates, but relearning spanish to help even more of them. You don't know the first thing about brad crowder....

The cocktails were fully and completely instigated by the fbi nark, but you'll never hear about that because of course the fbi wouldn't condone something of that nature.

You will never return to answer, but why are you Libs so violent when you profess to be such a peaceful bunch?

Awwww, widdle Bradley tutored his inmates. That's so nice. He's a role model, huh? I wonder if he is enjoying the taste of semen? Bwa ha ha ha ha ha ha!

There's no homo rape in regular jail? Bwa ha ha ha ha! You're IGNORANT, plain and simple.

You know for a fact the molotav cocktails were "fully and completely instigated by the fbi nark?" You don't know shit, faggot.

Again, you simply ignore the fact that Liberal protesters are not peaceful. FOAD! Look it up at urbandictionary.com if you don't know what it means.
I'm beginning to enjoy taking it up the ass. Sure it hurt & was painful at first, but ya get used to it. Same goes for semen. Once you get used to the taste of some dirty unwashed dick in your mouth, it's actually pretty enjoyable. So leave me alone. Thx.
I took three up the ass today, all at the same time, that were so big I cried like a little baby. I asked the jail if they'll give me some depend diapers because my hole is spread open so big I'm leaking poop out everywhere.

My cellmates call me Goatse. What does that mean?
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