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Wanted P(r)o(te)ster

Wanted P(r)o(te)ster

The person in this video, whose (mug) shot is below, is seen on the now-famous video throwing punches at Steven Crowder.

How long before he is identified? And will he be prosecuted?

Language Warning for video:

(added) This video shows the attack from a reverse angle and gives an even better sense that this was an out of control mob, not an isolated person who lost his cool. (again, lanuage warning)

Update:  Dana Loesch is spearheading the effort to identify this guy with a reward, and Professor Reynolds has pledged $1000.

In the comments there are links to other blogs which identify the person.  Just be careful, any identification needs to be verified not just based on Tweets or so forth.

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Better to live in Michigan, where its legislature is willing to do the right thing, even when thugs use it as an excuse for violence, than here in California, where the thugs are serviced by the legislature and need not resort to violence to pillage and plunder.

I notice Reynolds has kicked in 1000 as a reward for this guy being arrested etc.
Just in case anyone wants to up the anti

http://pjmedia.com/instapundit/159476/

legalizehazing | December 11, 2012 at 5:15 pm

That is how someone gets respect. Way to go Crowder. 97% of anyone on TV would have been reduced to a crying fetus after one swing. Complete composure.

    He neither initiated nor responded with force. He simply defended himself and stood his ground. He should be commended for his extraordinary self-control. As it was, only one side is guilty of perpetrating a physical confrontation. With that, they lost their moral position.

Yep, arrest that guy in the “Wanted Poster” along with the punk in a tan jacket, or coat, who pulled Crowder out from the tent later on! Must be something int he Union Water truck that enables these punks to be violent.

When it’s Mano Mano, they run away.

It is horrifying to see the union thugs cheer as they destroy the tent with women still inside it.

I cna’t understand what these thugs are thinking. Have they not paid attention to what went on and how things improved in wisc?

meanwhile Michigan has the highest unemployment of any state

BannedbytheGuardian | December 11, 2012 at 5:42 pm

LOL just about a week ago I was ostracized off a sports blog because I brought politics into the NCAA mix.

Someone brought up Michigan U & I said no NCAA results cover for the devolution and destruction in Detroit.

And here we are in Lansing proving my point & more.

I surely got me da cristel boll Man!

Joan Of Argghh | December 11, 2012 at 6:03 pm

That union thug has political masters holding his leash. The Lansing mayor and Barack Obama in particular have incited this crowd, and encouraged them with political support that has been verbally aggressive in the past, all of which is public record. Including and up to, “punch back twice as hard.”

I think there’s enough tort to go around for Cummings, but Obama needs to be named in the lawsuit. He needs to have to own this violence.

My guess at the mainstream media’s take:

“Conservative Right-to-Work Protestor Assaults Union Bystander’s Fist with his Head.”

    MaggotAtBroadAndWall in reply to LukeHandCool. | December 11, 2012 at 6:54 pm

    Snark aside, I sincerely would not be surprised if Paul Krugman were to write a column or blog post perverting the facts/reality to blame conservatives.

    Remember, he said it wasn’t Jared Loughran’s mental illness that led him to massacre several people and severely wound Gabby Giffords. Per Krugman, the “eliminationist rhetoric” coming from conservatives meant it was only a matter of time before a Gifford-like massacre happened. The man is dishonorable and shameless.

      Krugman is a liar and a fool. Jared Loughner had been stalking Gabby Giffords long before he shot her and the others at the Safeway. Several years before the shootings, Loughner had become obsessed with Giffords after he met and spoke with her at a local meet-and-greet in Tucson, and Giffords had brushed Loughner off after he started spewing some of his paranoid nonsense at her. Loughner wrote in his journal of his desire to kill Giffords years before he attempted the actual deed. The Tucson shootings had absolutely nothing to do with Sarah Palin’s map, conservative rhetoric, or anything other than a diseased mind.

    Just wait until they dig up Sarah Palin’s map of “targets.”

Geez I wonder what assembly line these union guys work on? Wish I knew so I could exercise my right to never, ever buy a product these union workers produce.

Per Jimmy Hoffa, Jr:
“This is just the first round of a battle that’s going to divide this state. We’re going to have a civil war,” Hoffa said on CNN’s “Newsroom.”

The mask is slipping. The more people that realize this country, not just the State of Michigan, is ALREADY in a new civil was, thus spurring them to action, the better. This is a better scenario than Let It Burn. It means we could actually take the country back in our lifetimes.

    jimzinsocal in reply to McCoy2k. | December 11, 2012 at 7:42 pm

    Best response to Hoffa’s comment was at Zerohedge awhile ago

    58
    .Vote down!
    -4
    .
    Union fighting a civil war? LOL. Can just see it now, “OK guys, we’re going to fight a war. Now don’t fight too hard, or get up too early. And also, staging a protest in January or Feb is just too cold, so go watch NFL at home…..”

It’s amazing when one realizes that the top states with the lowest unemployment figures are right-to-work and the states with the highest unemployment rates are union controlled.

Yet, we have the organizer-in-chief re-elected.

Just unfreakingly unbelievable!

[…] -William Jacobson has a picture of the guy who punched Steve Crowder. […]

Learn Krav Maga, folks. It’s serious.

If we respond in kind, we’re not “descending to their level.” We’re returning fire.

[…] been reported that there is a $2,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the man who attacked […]

The problem with all of this is that the media will not cover it at all – and other than the relatively minor share of audience that blogs hold, no one will know of today’s violence.

There needs to be an alternative to the MSM, even centrist FoxNews, because there is no way conservatives will penetrate it.

It ain’t news if no one knows.

sort of wish this was happening in the woods of maine
I have the answers to their problems
http://tinyurl.com/894wjq8
and this
http://tinyurl.com/an37jfg

Crowder wants a cage match with this guy, but we all know union thugs are only brave when the odds are at least 10 to 1 in their favor. I’m all for prosecution immediately after Steven has a chance to tune this guy up a bit.

You know who knew how to deal with unions?

Stalin.

Funny how these punks worship at his feet yet they would never have had the luxury of the gulags because they are worthless non-producers.

[…] Some links from Glenn Reynolds led me to this video of a union thug attacking PJM’s Steven […]

There is nothing wrong with unions in principle. The problems arise when they make the wrong requests. They have a right to present their case. They do not have a right to physically intimidate people. They do not have the right to hold the government hostage and disenfranchise citizens.

    n.n in reply to n.n. | December 11, 2012 at 10:17 pm

    The parent comment is a reply to [email protected]:02 pm.

    I’ll add that unions were a reactive movement. They were conceived as a principled response, but they are not principle-based. Similar to human and civil rights businesses that progress to violate human rights and denigrate individual dignity, respectively.

And, of course, there’s a douche in a Guy Fawkes mask. Again, excepting recognized events, appearing in public in a mask should be taken as expressed intent to commit a crime.

    TugboatPhil in reply to Crawford. | December 11, 2012 at 11:10 pm

    It used to be a misdemeanor here in Virginia to wear a mask in public. It was an anti-Klan law when it was passed. It got challenged in the 90s, I think during an anti Gulf War protest. I can’t remember the result.

    However, if we devolve into complete chaos and anarchy, everyone wearing a Fawkes mask gets it first when I see them.

    jdkchem in reply to Crawford. | December 12, 2012 at 12:46 pm

    It’s the new “Where’s Waldo”

The latest, fun, developments:

On Fox TV, Crowder has issued an ultimatum to his attacker: (1) go to jail, or (2) let Crowder take the reward money donated by Instapundit and the other donors (and maybe add some of his own money), and give it to the union of the guy’s choice, provided he agrees to meet Crowder in the ring, one on one, like a man!
http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012/12/its-a-bully-beatdown-steven-crowder-challenges-union-assailant-to-mma-ring-match-video

More clarification of Crowder’s proposal on The Blaze, here:
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/steven-crowder-man-punched-at-union-protest-challenges-attacker-he-can-go-to-jail-or-fight-me-in-sanctioned-bout-for-charity

I asked Instapundit if he was cool with Crowder’s proposed shift in the use of what is, after all, his money. He was kind enough to write back: “Yeah, I’m fine with it.”

[…] UPDATE III: The Sucker-Punching Pussy has a face… […]

Criminal: assault, battery.

Tort: assault, battery, negligent infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress. Cha-ching!

Why is BHO opposed to right-to-work? He should get on board and sell RTW the same way he sold Obamacare: If you like your union, you can keep it!

Tony Camargo. The Gateway Pundit link has been updated with the corrected information.

This isn’t just about Tony Camargo. This was organized illegality.

The Aryan Nation got sued into oblivion (lost their Hayden Lake property) when their members violently attacked innocent people. The same needs to happen to the IBEW.

A RICO case also seems valid.

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