Rochester Police Release New Video of Savage Beating of Woman by Black Lives Matter and Antifa Thugs; Asks for Help IDing Perps

Rochester, New York police released security camera video of the savage attack on a woman by Black Lives Matter and Antifa thugs who were trying to break in and loot a store in her building. Police also released screen images of some of the suspects and asked the public’s help in identifying them.

Excerpt from earlier TGP report:

Screen image from video by Joe Painter shows Antifa thug sucker punching woman trying to stop looting of jewelry store, May 30.

WHAM-TV posted the video and reported on the attack:


…In the video, a woman pleads with the people smashing the exterior of Rochester Fire Equipment Company on Marshall Street to stop. The woman yelled at the group of people, who were apparently trying to loot the jewelry store next door.

Several of the people then turn on the woman and begin attacking her, hitting and kicking her, and then used boards to hit her.

The woman’s husband runs in toward the end of the recording and tries to break up the attack while swinging a golf club. He was then attacked himself.

The woman is reportedly recovering on Sunday morning.

The woman and her husband are tenants who live above Rochester Fire Equipment…

End excerpt. Please read the complete WHAM report at this link.

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