Milwaukee Protest Group Fired Upon By Rifle Owner in March to D.C.
A group of black activists have been shot – and apparently beaten at least once – by a Pennsylvania homeowner carrying a gun with a long-range rifle.
Activist Frank nitty documented the incident on social media live on Monday evening, as he and several other protesters marched / camped out from Milwaukee to DC … and stopped in a Palestinian Authority town en route, where the things got deadly scary in a flash.
In Frank’s video you see him and other walking companions making their way through what appears to be an open residential street … when all of a sudden you hear a gunshot ringing out somewhere at a relatively close distance. It almost looks like a sniper rifle bullet.
The video is a bit confusing, but for a brief moment … you can see the camera pointed at a house across the road with at least two to three men watching the group. One of the men appears to be holding a long object in his arms, possibly a gun.
You hear another shot, then you hear screams and chaos. One of the marches can be heard telling the men that they are leaving and that it is not necessary to be violent.
Frank and the rest of his group jump into the vehicles accompanying them and rush towards the hospital. In another video, you can see him holding someone in the car who appears to have a bloody shirt. They arrive at the hospital and end up talking to the cops.
The status of who could have been shot is not clear at this point – but one thing is clear … it is eerily reminiscent of another era in our history, the era of civil rights.
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