Man Stabbed, 2 Reporters Attacked As Violence Erupts At Los Angeles Anti-Vaccine Rally
A man was stabbed to death and at least two journalists attacked Saturday when there was fierce fighting between coronavirus anti-vaccine protesters, many of them Proud Boys with American flags and Donald Trump MAGA robes, and counter-demonstrators outside Los Angeles City Hall came.
Police did not immediately have information about the stabbed victim, who was treated on the spot by Los Angeles Fire Department personnel. They did not report any arrests until late afternoon, but investigations continued.
Frank Stolze, a reporter for the national public radio station KPCC, was yelled at, then kicked and kicked by anti-mask and anti-vaccine protesters while trying to conduct an interview, the Los Angeles Times reported. He filed a complaint with the police, the LA Police Department confirmed.
He later tweeted that he was "crazy but okay" and stated that he had never seen anything like it in his 30 years as a reporter.
Journalist Tina-Desiree Berg was also photographed when she was attacked and she posted a tweet hounding her by a group of Proud Boys. It was not immediately clear whether she was reporting to the police.
In a tweet, she identified a seemingly orange thermos in an attacker's hand as a "weapon" used by other anti-vaccine protesters.
Critics on Twitter criticized police officers for being ready during much of the violence. Journalist Andrew Kimmel pointed out that the paramilitary Proud Boys were responsible for many of the street attacks. He said one of the gang kept drawing his attention to him.
Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez has blown the violence.
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