Prison » Infowars Reporters Harassed by Cops For Asking Questions About ‘Chicken Man’

McBreen and Morales stopped from entering city hall

Paul Joseph Watson


Friday, April 13, 2012

Infowars reporters Darrin McBreen and Marcos Morales were barred from entering city hall in Roswell, Georgia and had their movements tracked by police simply for asking questions about the case of Andrew Wordes, the “chicken man” who was the victim of a sustained campaign of government harassment that led directly to his tragic death.

As we reported earlier this week, Wordes was subjected to an intense multi-year onslaught of intimidation and abuse by city councillors simply for keeping chickens on his land. After Wordes won several court cases allowing him to keep his home, the city bought out the mortgage on the property, declared it to be part of a ‘green’ zone and teamed up with federal Marshals to raid the house, culminating in an explosion which killed Wordes.

Despite McBreen and Morales carrying legitimate press passes, as soon as they pulled up outside city hall and attempted to enter the building, they were intercepted by police who claimed they didn’t “have the proper credentials to enter city hall”. Three police cars then arrived and cops ordered McBreen and Morales to leave, adding that they knew the reporters had visited the “chicken man’s property” earlier.

Shortly afterwards when the reporters travaled to Wordes’ burned-out property for a second time, police were immediately on the scene, suggesting the reporters were being followed……


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2 Responses to Prison » Infowars Reporters Harassed by Cops For Asking Questions About ‘Chicken Man’

  1. Pingback: The Heartbreaking Account of Andrew Wordes « Homeward Bound!

  2. Pingback: Remembering Andrew Wordes | Strangers and Aliens

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