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Political protester Therese Patricia made headlines on Wednesday when she mounted and began to climb the base of Statue of Liberty on our nation’s 242nd birthday. Pacific Press/Getty Images , a naturalized citizen who immigrated to the U.S. from the Republic of Congo in 1994, insisted she wouldn’t come down until “all the children are released” (a reference to the horrific separation of families at the U.S.-Mexico border as a result of Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy). The protester held to her promise for several hours, but the 16 law enforcement officers tasked with her removal eventually coaxed down from the literal ledge. Ahead of her climb, standing at the far left of an “Abolish I.C.E.” banner erected at the base of the statue (below), raises her left arm in the air. Pacific Press/Getty Images Following her show of resistance, the 44-year-old Staten Island resident was charged with trespassing and two other misdemeanors. After pleading not guilty during a federal court hearing in Manhattan, delivered a brief and powerful speech to the press outside the courthouse in which she cited the iconic words of former First Lady originally delivered at the 2016 Democratic National Convention: “, our beloved First Lady that I care so much about, said ‘When they go low, we go high,’ and I went as high as I could,” she said. “I would not do it again,” she continued, referencing her decision to single-handedly climb a national monument. “The judge told me not to—but I think the message was sent. No child belongs in a cage; children should not be separated from their parents, especially on a holiday like this. It is not OK. “ No word (yet) from Obama on ‘s actions, but—along with the other three living former first ladies—she did condemn Trump’s separation policy. Though Trump eventually ended the practice with an Executive Order, a majority of the children have yet to be reunited with their parents.
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Lady Liberty, the Statue of Liberty on the Susquehanna River
(DRONE FOOTAGE PROVIDED BY MATTHEW DRESSLER/Special to PennLive)
Lady Liberty, the replica of the Statue of Liberty which has occupied an abandon pier in the Susquehanna River for over three decades. The original statue was set in place on July 1, 1986, by local activist Gene Stilp and friends in recognition of the original, which turned 100 that summer.
She was originally 17.5 feet tall, weighed 450 pounds and was made of venetian blinds and wood.
She was originally supposed to be removed by Labor Day in 1986 but ended up staying until 1992 when a storm did her in.
With more help, fundraising and all the proper permits, Stilp and his buddies built a new Lady Liberty out of metal, plywood and fiberglass. She was 25 feet tall and weighed 4 tons.
She still stands today with the help of volunteers who sometimes clean and repair her.
An activist who tried to climb the Statue of Liberty is expected in court after her Fourth of July protest forced police to shut down the historic site for hours. Officials say the suspect, identified as Therese Okoumou, was protesting the separation of undocumented immigrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border. DeMarco Morgan reports.
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