Two members of the Black Lives Matter movement were caught on camera assaulting and robbing a man during a protest rally in front of the City of Portland Building on March 29, according to The Gateway Pundit.
The incident, which was filmed by journalist Mike Bevins, started when a man engaged Black Lives Matter protesters who were gathered outside the building to express their anger over the failure of authorities to bring up charges against the policemen involved in the shooting the led to the death of Quanice Hyes, a 17-year-old black male suspected of armed robbery.
The video saw protester Lucy Elizabeth Smith putting a stranglehold on the man while another protester, Philip Stan Schaefer, took away the man’s eyeglasses and left. Earlier, both Schaefer and the man were seen in the video to jaw back and forth chest to chest before Smith applied the choke hold on the man.
Smith was arrested that same day and was charged with fourth-degree assault and strangulation, and was released without bail. Schaefer was arrested Sunday when one of the officers he was filming recognized him. He was charged with second-degree robbery and coercion in the attack, and currently being held on $250,000 bail.