Breaking– Kenneth Gladney Will File Hate Crime Charges Against Leftist Attackers …Update: Carnahan Activists Arrested

On Thursday August 6, 2009, Kenneth Gladney was beaten by SEIU thugs after a Russ Carnahan town hall meeting in St. Louis.

Although he was too weak to speak after his public beating on Thursday, Kenneth Gladney attended the protest against SEIU violence on Saturday in St. Louis. Kenneth was beaten, kicked and called racist names by Russ Carnahan’s SEIU supporters after the town hall meeting on Thursday.

Allman in the Morning at 97.1 FM Talk Radio reported today that Kenneth Gladney, the man who was beaten by Russ Carnahan-supporting SEIU thugs after a town hall meeting last Thursday, will file hate crime charges against his attackers. 5 people were arrested at the town hall meeting after the public beating of Gladney. At least one of the Leftist attackers called him a n**ger before pummeling him.

Kenneth’s attorney David Brown announced this on FOX and Friends:

Also, the female tea party protester who was smashed in the face by another SEIU member after the Carnahan town hall meeting will also be pressing charges against the Leftist thugs.
Here is the video in case you missed it:
(Warning-Violent!)

A longer version of the incident is here.

UPDATE: 24th State reported today that two members of the Carnahan crew, volunteers trained by the Carnahan campaign, were arrested last Thursday night.

UPDATE 2: I spoke with the St. Louis County Police Department. They have not released the names of the 6 who were arrested or the details of the arrests to the press and probably won’t until sometime next week.

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