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Unedited Video Further Proves Conservative Assaulted by Michigan Union Member

ranma2 Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 10:56 PM
Just wondering.. Has Crowder sued the guy who punched him? Or has the police looked into this as an aggravated assault? Just wondering. One guy punched another guy in the face on video. It should be jail time or big monetary loss.
DB07 Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 10:57 PM
Last I heard the man hadn't been identified yet. That's why I think Crowder should bit-slap the union with a huge lawsuit.
ranma2 Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 11:05 PM
But that's got to be total BS.
It cannot be that hard to identify a man on video.

If we could just mobilize the social media, the man would be found in no time.
Somebody would post," that's my schoolmate's dad. Or i met this guy here or there."

Or Crowder could demand that the police arrest this man for aggravated assault.
then the man will pay his dues.

Last week conservative activist and comedian Steven Crowder was punched repeatedly in the face by a Michigan union member and threatened with murder in Lansing during violent protests against right-to-work legislation, which was signed into law by Governor Rich Snyder. Since the incident happened, leftist media outlets have accused Crowder of selectively editing video to make the fight look like the fault of a violent union mob rather than himself, who they say started it. They also said Crowder deserved the attacks while failing to condemn the union destruction of an Americans for Prosperity tent, which was torn...