Thursday, March 22, 2012
OWS protester caught on video dumping human waste in lower Manhattan plaza
Cops flushed an Occupy Wall Street protester after he was caught on surveillance video dumping human waste in two downtown Manhattan locations, police said.
The stomach-turning footage, released by police Wednesday, shows the group of demonstrators pouring containers full of human urine and feces into an open-air plaza on the corner of Nassau and Cedar streets on March 14.
About 20 minutes later, one of the suspects emptied a bucket of the foul concoction into a Chase ATM vestibule on Water St.
Jordan Brooks Amos, 25, of Philadelphia, was picked up two days later after a witness called in the getaway car’s license plate, police said.
Amos— who sources said was in charge of delivering food to protesters — was charged with unlawful possession of noxious matter and driving without a license. Cops also found a stun gun inside his vehicle.
Police are still hunting for at least two more people who helped Amos lug the rancid matter.