Murder tied to Occupy movement


Forensic evidence links the murder of a 21-year-old Julliard performing arts school student to New York City’s Occupy Wall Street movement, according to a report by the city’s ABC affiliate.

DNA evidence obtained from Sarah Fox’s murder scene has been linked to a recent Occupy protest in the New York City subway, according to the report, which noted:

Sources said Tuesday the DNA found on [Fox’s] CD player [found near her body] matches DNA found on a chain left by Occupy Wall Street protesters at the Beverly Road subway station in East Flatbush on March 28, 2012.

Fox “was found nude and strangled in the park in May 2004,” ABC reports.