Citizens United Offers $50,000 Reward for Information that Leads to Arrest of Berkeley Thug Who Sucker-Punched Conservative Activist

As reported earlier by Cassandra Fairbanks

A violent leftist attacked a Turning Point USA activist who was out recruiting for their chapter at UC Berkeley on Tuesday afternoon in Upper Sproul Plaza.

The assault was captured on video and posted to Twitter by Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk.

The victim was passing out information about the conservative student group when he was approached by two angry men. After a verbal altercation ensued, he pulled out his phone to begin filming.

 

“One of the two men slapped the phone out of the victim’s hand and proceeded to knock over the table, the victim further alleged. While he and the suspect struggled for the phone, the suspect punched the victim several times, causing injury to the victim’s eye and nose, the alert said,” the Daily Californian reports.

Kirk confirmed to The Gateway Pundit that the student reported the assault to the police.

Last week the UC Berkeley Police announced they had identified a suspect.

But so far no one has been arrested.

The Berkeley Campus community is protecting the criminal thug.


On Thursday Citizens United Foundation offered a $50,000 reward for information on the thug who beat conservative activist Hayden Williams.

Via Citizens United:

Notice is hereby given that Citizens United Foundation is offering a $50,000 reward in exchange for information leading to the apprehension and conviction of the person who perpetrated an assault and battery on Hayden Williams, during the afternoon of February 19, 2019. This reward has been made possible through the generosity of an anonymous donor.

Any person having information related to this crime is requested to contact Citizens United Foundation at the following email address: [email protected] In the email, please provide contact information and details of the information in your possession, including relevant facts. Any information provided will be promptly forwarded to the UC Berkeley Police Department.

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