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Police Recommend Charges AGAINST Teen Pepper Sprayed at Trump Event

Police Recommend Charges AGAINST Teen Pepper Sprayed at Trump Event

Video evidence she punched a man just before she was sprayed.

A young woman who was pepper sprayed at a Trump rally in Wisconsin this week is facing charges because video from the incident shows she punched an older man in the face.

Some liberal media outlets have been advancing a false narrative that she was sexually assaulted.

Professor Jacobson addressed this issue in a prior post.

The Hill reported the police recommendation:

Police recommend charges for teen pepper-sprayed outside Trump rally

The 15-year-old pepper sprayed at a Donald Trump rally earlier this week may face charges of disorderly conduct for allegedly punching a man in an altercation captured on video.

Police in Janesville, Wis., where the rally took place Tuesday, are recommending juvenile authorities bring charges — even though the man the girl allegedly punched doesn’t want to press charges, according to The Associated Press.

The girl alleges the man touched her chest, but police said Thursday they found no evidence to support that.

On video, the girl confronts a man in the crowd and it appears she throws a punch before getting pepper sprayed in the face.

Andrew Marcus posted the Rebel Pundit video below at The Gateway Pundit which shows the Janesville Police Department holding a press conference on the subject:

Rebel Pundit has more at his website:

Protester Punched, Police Say Assault Charges Warranted

The Janesville, WI, Police Department today determined that no sexual assault took place at a recent Trump Rally on March 29, 2016, and the alleged victim was instead a perpetrator of violence, despite numerous false media reports and the publishing of selectively edited video of the incident. RebelPundit’s Andrew Marcus and Jeremy Segal were on-the-ground at the Janesville rally, interviewed eyewitnesses, and spoke repeatedly with the Janesville PD thoughout the investigation. The footage they published has been instrumental in the police’s findings, including the female admitting “I deserved it,” as she walked away.

At a press conference on the afternoon of March 31, 2016, the Janesville Policy Department determined that the young female who alleged a sexual assault had occurred was instead herself a perpetrator of violence.

“We reviewed this video as well as many others and we did not find evidence of a sexual assault. The video does not support evidence of a sexual assault. It does support that a punch was delivered by the 15-year-old and it certainly supports that an OC spray was used.” The police interviewed both the young woman who alleged herself to be a victim of sexual assault, the alleged perpetrator who has since been completely cleared of any wrongdoing, along with 15 witnesses.

Will the media outlets which reported this as a sexual assault correct their mistake?

Probably not. The damage they wanted to inflict is done.


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A face that smug needs pepper spray.

Thank you JPD for doing your job.

In the video she is accusing the man of groping her. You can read her lips and she is clearly saying ‘You touched my @#$@$#$ chest!’

Expect that to be her defense.

    MJN1957 in reply to MattMusson. | April 1, 2016 at 9:43 am

    That does look like what she said, but hopefully the actual evidence will be admitted which will prove her a liar.

    It’s possible someone else groped her then she jumped to the wrong conclusion as to who did it.

    I’m not defending her actions, just trying to make sense of it all.

    I know the police reviewed videos and could clearly establish that the guy she punched hadn’t done anything to her, but it would be nearly impossible to use video to rule out every possible opportunity anyone else in the crowd had to touch her.

      MJN1957 in reply to Ichneumon. | April 1, 2016 at 5:16 pm

      In one of the videos it looks like something – papers, a sign, something like that – someone was holding may have brushed across her breasts. While it is impossible to infer intent with so little information, it happened very quick, only once, and I believe she was positioned so that she could see what happened. Whatever it was, it wasn’t ‘groping’ by any reasonable definition of the term, and it appeared coincidental that it touched her untouchables.

      I readily acknowledge anyone’s right to defend their personal space – even lunatic moronettes trying to be a nuisance – but unintentional/inadvertent touches happen when people are in close quarters and that is what this situation appeared to be. It seems the local Police also see it that way since they have dismissed her claim out-of-hand.

      I am exceptionally careful and aware of my surroundings out of professional habit and I will still inadvertently bump my arm or back against someone in a crowd. I’ve even occasionally brushed against the breasts of an unknown female (they do tend to lead the way sometimes, bless their hearts).

      Someone without an agenda understands the basic concept that in a crowd, it’s crowded. Others use the completely usual, customary and reasonable to slander others and push their agenda. I see the videos of this situation and see the latter. Others may disagree.

Both Prof. Jacobson and Aleister had straightforward posts. Thanks to both.

The media monkeys in Wisconsin, particularly Milwaukee and Madison, are an extremely lazy and incestuous lot. They don’t research or investigate for a story so much as they regurgitate press releases and each other’s feeds which may or may not have been accurate at the first reporting. Bigger stories often get “updates” without any reference to the fact that the initial reporting was erroneous. Other stories simply leave the news cycle without any corrections whatsoever. Anchors question clueless on-scene reporters who more often than not have absolutely nothing factual to report. A riveting update has them questioning some passerby with an even thinner grasp of the facts. If a Wisconsin media outlet gets a story straight from the outset odds are good it was mere happenstance.

Who used the pepper spray, the man who was punched? It’s hard to tell from the video.

    RodFC in reply to MTED. | April 1, 2016 at 11:04 am

    Does it matter?

    MJN1957 in reply to MTED. | April 1, 2016 at 11:18 am

    It was a 3rd-party that hosed her…

    In several of the videos there is a guy in a red hat and black jacket standing just behind and to the left of the person that got punched/pushed. When the girl did her thing, Red Hat hosed her.

    I didn’t see any interaction between the guy that the girl punched/pushed and Red Hat. In fact, the ‘victim’ doesn’t even look like he was aware the girl got sprayed.

    amwick in reply to MTED. | April 1, 2016 at 2:57 pm

    The man who was punched was wearing a sweater. The pepper spray arm had on a shirt, with a button on the cuff. Most of the spray was aimed at her mouth. She was both stupid and fortunate.

Respect your elders. Respect the children. Respect the ladies and gentlemen. It’s a seemingly impossible task of reconciling individual dignity.

She’s a liberal woman – its SOP for them to cry sexual assault when they don’t get what they want.