Dem Vandal Who Smashed Windows At DNC Headquarters Was Previously Arrested At RNC Convention

Good thing there is the blogosphere, the liberal media wants nothing to do with this story...

Compare this to the girl in Pittsburgh that carved a "B" in her face during last year's Presidential campaign and blamed it on a Obama supporter, the Drive By media had no problems with pasting that story all over the news...

via gatewaypundit
Schwenkler was jailed at 2 AM on the last day of the RNC in St. Paul.He also canvassed for democrats in 2008 and was bankrolled by the Colorado Citizens' Coalition, a political 527 committee funded by the SEIU, labor groups and wealthy liberals.

The AP reported:

A suspect in a vandalism at the Colorado Democratic headquarters was once a paid campaign worker for a Democratic candidate for the Legislature, according to public records.Maurice Schwenkler, 24, was arrested in Denver Tuesday on a charge of criminal mischief after windows were smashed at Democratic offices.

Many of the windows displayed posters supporting health care reform, and (democratic) party officials called it political vandalism.The Denver Post reported Wednesday that Schwenkler was also arrested in St. Paul, Minn., on the last day of the 2008 Republican convention on a charge of unlawful assembly.

No details of that arrest or Schwenkler's activities at the time were immediately available.There was no phone number listed for Schwenkler and it wasn't immediately clear if he had an attorney.The Post reported Schwenkler was paid $500 in November 2008 to walk door to door in support of Democrat Mollie Cullom, a candidate for the state House from Centennial.

denverpost reports that she has made her first courtroom appearance and smiled as a dozen of her supporters gathered in the courtroom

On the RNC convention arrest: "A spokesman for the St. Paul Police Department said Schwenkler was one of a large group of RNC protesters arrested after they gathered on a city bridge and refused to disperse. Schwenkler's case was dismissed."