Wednesday, October 5, 2016

American Babylon: Woman Assaulted at Trump Rally in Prescott

Posted By on Wed, Oct 5, 2016 at 3:49 PM


This footage was shot on Tuesday, Oct. 4 at the Donald Trump rally in Prescott, Arizona.

This woman was holding anti-Trump signs in a crowd of Trump supporters watching the rally from outside the Prescott Valley Convention Center. At this point she had already had one of her signs ripped out of her hands and talked to the cops. The cops spoke with her for a few minutes and then walked away. She pursued them. They told her she was free to go back into the crowd and did not attempt to protect her or her free speech rights. A man ripped the signs out of her hands. The woman was arrested. The cops claimed she was trespassing after she insisted that they arrest the man who assaulted her person and property.

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