Braxton wrote on his twitter account on Saturday, "We wont make a difference if we dont kill a cop or 2."
But the Florida resident - who says that while he supports the Occupy movement, he has never been to New York - later told the media that he was not a "cop hater" and that he only wrote the message "to fit in".
The 'Occupy' admirer also claimed that his tweet was unrelated to the Occupy Wall Street protests, but rather was a response to a commenter from a foreign country about a revolution taking place there, although he couldn't recall which country it was, and, in earlier statements to the media, he never made this claim.
Another twitter user posted a screen capture of Braxton's facebook page which showed a photograph of a handgun, a shotgun, and shotgun ammunition. But Braxton responded in a tweet, “That’s me. I’m not worried lol I didn’t do anything wrong and am lisenced... for weapons.”
Phone threats made to two NY police officers and their families on Saturday - the day that Braxton posted his tweet and also the day that OWS thugs clashed with NYC police - are being investigated.
In a related development:
On Thursday, activists with Occupy Midwest clashed with local authorities at Compton Hill Reservoir Park in St. Louis, MO. Over a dozen protesters were arrested in that confrontation with police...
Apparently, some of the protesters decided to deface some of the historic structures in that park with threatening messages.
"ONLY THE BLOOD OF THE RICH WILL STOP OCCUPY" was painted on a door marked "Park Police."
Other graffiti that included phrases like "CLASS WAR," and "COPS, PIGS, MURDERERS," was spray painted on buildings and statues in the park...