Occupy Seattle protester in miscarriage case is Issaquah graduate

December 13, 2011

By Warren Kagarise

Jennifer Fox, a protester at Occupy Seattle and a 2011 Issaquah High School graduate, skyrocketed to national attention in recent days after she said she miscarried following a confrontation between police and protesters, even as police and the media questioned the claim.

Fox, 19, attributed the miscarriage to kicks and pepper spray from police. The teenager is seen in a video screaming after police used pepper spray against Occupy Seattle protesters at Westlake Park on Nov. 15.

Fox initially told The Stranger, a Seattle alternative newspaper, she suffered a miscarriage after the confrontation, but she has not provided medical documentation to the media during subsequent interviews.

The viral video and Fox’s reported miscarriage attracted national attention, including from The Washington Post and Forbes.

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One Response to “Occupy Seattle protester in miscarriage case is Issaquah graduate”

  1. Tizzy Fit on December 14th, 2011 4:19 am

    I’ll bet her parents are really proud of Jennifer! A mindless, clueless who has told 4 or 5 different versions of her “story” to whomever will listen. If you fools want to worship a “hero”, thank a member of the Armed Forces who protect this moron’s right to free speech.

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