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Occupy San Diego Holds Moment of Silence for White House Shooting Suspect

They said he was a member of Occupy D.C.

During a protest outside the San Diego Police Department headquarters Wednesday night, Occupiers thought it befitting to hold a "moment of silence in solidarity" for Oscar Ortega-Hernandez, the man now charged with attempting to assassinate President Obama or a member of his staff when he shot at the White House last week. Occupiers simply referred to the shooter as a member of Occupy D.C. and "the guy who shot at the White House window."

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