St. Louis protest organizer says police called her job as an act of intimidation   Leave a comment

2 thoughts here….(1)Keep on fighting for what’s right, Ms. Maibes…and (2)The St. Louis MPD and Ofc. Novara can kindly go to hell.


A key organizer of the recent protests in St. Louis claims that police officer made calls to her job as a form of intimidation.

Leigh Maibes, who goes by the online alias Short Stack, posted a video Wednesday night of her calling and confronting St. Louis Metropolitan Police officer Keith Novara. Maibes says that the previous day, the officer called her job to tell her boss about her activism, especially her Twitter account.

Maibes told Fusion that her Twitter account was completely anonymous until two days ago, when she was outed by a troll. After that, she says her boss got a call from Novara.

“You know that this to me feels like intimidation because you are an officer that patrols my area and an officer who I’ve also had contact with while trying to resolve some issues on my street,” she tells the officer in the video.

Officer Novara says he…

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Posted October 16, 2014 by Matthew in Uncategorized

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