Suspect in UC Berkeley Attack has Strange Alleged History of Legal Issues
“allegedly filed numerous restraining orders and small claims against his roommates and also sued landlords”
There is more to the story of Zachary Greenberg, the alleged attacker at UC Berkeley. Harmeet Dhillon, the lawyer representing the victim, spoke to Tucker Carlson about it.
FOX News reports:
Suspect in assault on conservative activist at UC Berkeley has history of legal trouble, attorney says
The man accused of assaulting a conservative activist on the University of California, Berkeley campus last month has been the subject of a restraining order and has filed numerous restraining orders himself, attorney Harmeet Dhillon told Fox News on Wednesday.
Zachary Greenberg, 28, pleaded not guilty this week to three criminal charges stemming from his alleged assault of Hayden Williams, whose beating has received national attention and even been cited by President Trump during his recent CPAC speech. Williams, who is 26 years old and not a student at Berkeley, said he was manning a recruitment table on campus for conservative group Turning Point USA when a man alleged to be Greenberg punched him. The incident was caught on video and soon went viral.
Dhillon, Williams’ attorney, revealed on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that Greenberg has had previous legal issues. He had allegedly filed numerous restraining orders and small claims against his roommates and also sued landlords — but the cases were dismissed, Williams said.
Greenberg was also the subject of a restraining order in 2017 that was requested by one of his roommates, Dhillon said. That order was reportedly granted by the courts and, according to legal documents obtained by Fox News, Greenberg was also forced to turn over his 12-gauge pump shotgun and boxes of ammunition.
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