San Jose police announced Wednesday evening that two juveniles have been arrested for attacking the teen Trump supporter wearing a red shirt who was brutally beaten in San Jose last week.
The teen was seen in video being chased and tackled by a terror mob of anti-Trump protesters in San Jose, California last Thursday following a rally there by presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Video still shows impact of rabbit punch by a Black male on a white teen Trump supporter in San Jose.
The statement does not name those arrested, however a person named Seyfudin Mohamud bragged online about being the one who tackled the teen. The description of one of those arrested matches Mohamud’s information.
San Jose PD has arrested 3 additional suspects from last weeks Trump rally
SUSPECT #1: Juvenile AGE: 16 years
ADDRESS: San Jose Resident CHARGE: Assault w/ A Deadly Weapon (Felony)
SUSPECT #2: Juvenile AGE: 17 years
ADDRESS: San Jose Resident CHARGE: Assault w/ a Deadly Weapon (Felony)
SUSPECT #3: Juvenile AGE: 16 years
ADDRESS: Milpitas Resident CHARGE: Battery (Misdemeanor)
After extensive follow-up investigation and victim cooperation, the San Jose Police Department has arrested three additional suspects who were responsible for three separate assaults at the Trump rally on Thursday, June 2, 2016.
The first juvenile suspect was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon (felony). The incident occurred when the victim (seen on TV wearing a yellow polo shirt) was walking on the sidewalk and struck from behind with a blunt object. The victim suffered visible injuries.
The second juvenile suspect was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon (felony). The incident occurred when the suspect physically assaulted the victim (seen on TV wearing a red shirt, being chased around and tackled to the ground).
The third juvenile suspect was arrested for battery (misdemeanor). The incident occurred when the suspect physically assaulted the victim (seen on TV wearing a red shirt, being chased around and tackled to the ground).
San Jose Police investigators are still continuing with follow-up investigations and ask for the public’s continued assistance. We expect more arrests in the future.
Person with information are urged to contact the San Jose Police Department’s Assault’s Unit at 408-277-4161 or “311”. Persons wishing to remain anonymous may call the Crime Stoppers Tip Line, (408) 947-STOP (7867) or https://www.p3tips.com/tipform.aspx?ID=504 , Persons providing information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect may be eligible for a CASH REWARD from the Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers. In addition, people can file a crime report online at http://www.sjpd.org/ReportingCrime/OnlineReport/
Video posted this week reported on by The Gateway Pundit shows both suspects assaulting the teen Trump supporter.
Starting at 1:27 the video shows the teen, wearing a red Donald Trump for President t-shirt reacting as a group of Black males in front of him plays with the teen’s red Make America Great Again hat that they had just stolen from off of his head.
The teen is then rabbit punched in the back of the head by a muscular Black man. He doubles over from the blow and starts to walk away. The teen is seen with a stunned, disgusted look on his face as he passes the camera.
The Black man follows, screaming at the teen. He catches up and throws a second hard rabbit punch to the back of the teen’s head. (The attacker appears to land both punches with his left.)
The teen then takes off from the mob and is seen a few seconds later approaching a San Jose firetruck in traffic.
The teen can be seen pleading for help at one of the windows of the firetruck and literally reaches out for help.
According to a family friend, the teen says the firefighter inside rolled up the window as the firetruck blared its horn and pulled away from the teen as the terror mob caught up to him.
The clip ends with the teen Trump supporter being tackled by Black Muslim Seyfudin Mohamud. Mohamud can be glimpsed in the clip among the group of Black men initially attacking the teen.