vendredi 26 mai 2017

Antifa Bike Lock Attacker Identified and Arrested College Professor

And the best part is guess what he teaches: Ethics!


Background: A former Diablo Valley College professor was arrested Wednesday in connection with the use of a bike lock in the beating of three people during a rally for President Donald Trump last month, police said Thursday.

Eric Clanton remained in custody in lieu of $200,000 bail at Berkeley Jail on Thursday and is scheduled to be arraigned at 9 a.m. Friday at Oakland’s Wiley W. Manuel Courthouse. He was arrested on three counts of suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon that isn’t a firearm and assault causing great bodily injury.

In a statement Thursday, police acknowledged that video of the incident, captured by onlookers and posted on social media, helped them identify Clanton as the suspect behind “several violent assaults” that happened April 15 during the demonstration at Civic Center Park on Martin Luther King Jr. Way.
What really happened is that 4chan crowd-sourced the identification and came up with the assailant's name (about a month before the arrest). The attacks were vicious and cowardly, and at least one--the one of the guy in the red shirt-definitely could have been fatal.

NSFW--language and violence.
(Attack comes near very beginning of clip. Note in particular that the reach advantage the ulock gives him means he can attack from behind other antifa members, and then quickly disappear.)

Note as well that antifa stands for anti-fascist.

via International Skeptics Forum

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