A motorist was attacked in his car by a mob blocking a road in Louisville.
(Article republished from GunFreeZone.net)
One of the members of the mob, a convicted felon pulled a gun on the driver, and the driver drew a gun on the mob.
After a protester was arrested Friday for pointing a gun at a motorist during a march in east Louisville, some in the crowd want to know why the driver wasn’t taken into custody as well.
Both the protester and the motorist pointed guns, according to Kentucky Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression co-chair Tyra Walker, who witnessed the encounter after a protest at Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s office.
Louisville Metro Police spokesman Lamont Washington said in an emailed statement that the driver was not arrested “because he was the victim in the incident” and no charges against him are expected.
Robin Ash, 34, was arrested without incident, according to LMPD’s Facebook post. Metro Corrections records show she faces felony charges of wanton endangerment, criminal mischief and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.
The incident took place Friday afternoon, as demonstrators walked down Hurstbourne Parkway near Shelbyville Road. A silent aerial video released on the LMPD’s Facebook page Saturday shows a car stop in the street by the protesters, and several people walk up to the vehicle.
After several seconds, a woman runs toward the car and points what appears to be a handgun three times at the vehicle. Members of the crowd usher her away, and several seconds later she appears to hand the object to someone else walking on the street.
Another person in the crowd is seen kicking the rear of the car as others try to create distance between the driver and the people in the street.
Ash claims that she acted in self defense against the driver who was the aggressor, despite video evidence to the contrary.
This is the Gaigr Grosskreutz defense, where the armed criminal who attacked first claims self defense against the person he/she attacked.
The police posted video to Facebook.
A protester captured video which was posted online.
They claim he was trying to run protesters over be it seems like he swerved around one who was in the turning lane.
If he was trying to hit protesters, he did a bad job of it.
Now the mob is trying to doxx him.
A Trump supporter attempted to run over peaceful protestors in Louisville. They then pulled out a gun and threatened to kill them.
— Travis Allen 🇺🇸 (@TravisAllen02) September 20, 2020
They block the road, they attack his car, they threaten him with a gun, now they want to ruin his life because he defended himself and didn’t let the mob beat him up.
The mob wants you at its mercy, afraid and unable to stop them.
By the way, this man was fired by his employer for this and the Lincoln Project is taking part in the attempt to cancel this man because that’s conserving conservatism.
This is why DeSantis’ legislative push is so important, and I hope Trump does the same for interstates under DOT jurisdiction.
The people who block roads and threaten drivers with guns don’t get to claim victim status from those people who choose to defend themselves.
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