Every now and again, PublicCEO writers receive responses from our readers. So that yesterday’s editorial regarding lessons drawn from the first round of Occupy protests elicited fiery responses from readers is no surprise.

Did the editorial cause you to pause and think? If so, send us a note. Feed back is always welcome

Said David:

I am appalled how things have been mismanaged by the leadership at UC Davis.

What is wrong with maintaining a premise of law and order, and then following through with it…with no apologies?

I have no interest in having the UCD Chancellor resign…I want to see her grow a back bone and not throw the campus cops under the bus (too late!)

Dr. Mark, PH.D. said:

Occupy Wall Street (OWS) gangs commit criminal sabotage, a deliberate action aimed at weakening another entity through subversion, obstruction, disruption, or destruction (Revised Code of Washington 9.05.060): disruption of operations of one of the world biggest ports resulted in revenue losses; disruption of work of small businesses resulted in laid offs and unemployment fund losses in NY; disruption of banks’ economic operations and bank robbery attempt; vandalism; rape; etc. Criminal sabotage is a class B felony punishable according to chapter 9A.20 RCW (Revised Code of Washington). US and local Authorities shall take bold measures to enforce the US LAW instead of cover it under fake “freedom of speech” umbrella twisting the US Constitution in anti-American way.

According to Associated Press, OWS gangs’ activity already cost to American taxpayers over $13M.

These punks must compensate America for stolen money.