The Gateway Pundit – Five Black Lives Matter protesters were shot late Monday night in Minneapolis at the Jamar Clark protest encampment near the Fourth Precint police station.
An ongoing vigil was started November 15 over the police shooting of an unarmed Black man, Jamar Clark earlier this month.
However a video later surfaced on YouTube of two Black male protesters describing how the Black Lives Matter protesters started the conflict by punching and chasing the men simply because they were recording video of the protest.
The eyewitnesses said the men were attacked and retreated several times–and made a signal to indicate they were armed–before firing on the attacking protesters.
A snippet of the video taken before the shooting appears to show the crowd surrounding the men. The person recording the video is ordered to stop filming and complies. The video picks up after the shooting.
The two witnesses describe how the three men were confronted by the crowd for wearing masks and filming the protest. The men refused demands to remove their masks. (Note: the two witnesses in the video masked their faces also.)
One witness says a protester then punched one of the three men. The man then reached for what the protester assumed was a gun as the three men retreated. Apparently no gun was displayed at that point.
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H/T: Clash Daily