By H. Nelson Goodson
November 17, 2014
Chesterfield, Missouri - On Sunday, Mark Paffrath, 28, a navy Veteran created a Gofundme account to raise funds for a lawyer after he was fired on Saturday from the Drury Plaza Hotel in Chesterfield for posting several photos and a video on Thursday in his Facebook page of U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Federal Protective Service Police vehicles parked at the hotel garage. On Friday, he was told by Jeff Baker, the General Manager for the Drury Plaza Hotel to remove the photos and posting, which Paffrath complied. Then on Saturday, Paffrath was fired for almost costing the Drury Hotels Company, LLC (DHC) to lose a $150,000 DHS contract with the company. Paffrath posted that Jim Bohnert, the director of security for DHC told him that he was terminated for almost costing the company a contract with DHS.
Paffrath posted on his FB, "Why are all the cops cars here...I wonder if it has to do anything with Ferguson" and added hash tags # Ferguson #NoJusticeNoPeace.
At least 100 DHS vehicles were parked at the Drury Plaza Hotel garage, according to the Argus News Now dot com (ANN). It also reported that Bohnert was a former U.S. Secret Service employee and a police officer. Bohnert called Paffrath a "terrorist," according to ANN.
On Monday, Missouri Governor Jay Dixon (D) declared a state of emergency in anticipation of Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson's exoneration for Michael Brown's murder.
The local Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) in Missouri have distributed and circulated fliers vowing to use lethal force against any violent protester breaking the law after the grand jury discloses their decision whether to charge or exonerate Wilson for killing Brown, 18, on August 9.
The KKK Twitter account was hacked by Anonymous and exposed the identity of members from the KKK. The Liberaland posted the identities of the Klan members. ( KKK identified link at: