ANTIFA PROFESSOR Gets Away With ASSAULT!


#1

Pretty sickening, it was attempted murder. Would be a shame if people were to follow him around for the rest of his life fucking up everything he ever tried to do.


Eric Clanton,aka the Bike Lock Bandit, takes 3-year probation deal in Berkeley rally bike lock assault
#2

3 years probation and $250 fine and a simple battery misdemeanor charge for nearly killing a Trump supporter with a bike lock…pathetic!


#3

I would have made this sissy eat the fucking bike lock.


#4

Gee…I sure hope that no one beats this little faggot’s brains out with a bike lock. Maybe this little faggot will die from Aids before anyone has to get their hands dirty.


#5

So if someone hits him in the head with a bike lock all they will get is 3 years of probation. Interesting.


#6

What a bigot…:roll_eyes:


#7

Who’s ready for permanent second amendment rally militia?
Every day we ruin your liberal life


#8

If there’s a beating in this video, how about editing it out of a ten minute propaganda piece.


#9

I didn’t make the video. How about you learn about what happened before you run your mouth?


#10

Hey, it was a request. If you want it viewed, make it easier. If not, then it will be dismissed.


#11

I don’t give a fuck if you watch this or not. If you don’t know shit then don’t run your mouth.


#13

More incivility from the alt right…:roll_eyes:


#14

This is why I don’t attend any rally’s. …I would have shot and pistol whipped all of those pansy snow flake bitches… I’ll give them a permanent safe space…


#15

It already started late Nov 8 2016… they haven’t stopped crying since…

The reverse of Beatle mania…


#16

For all these recent leftists flooding the forum with supposed view on the violent and irrational Trump supporters, I wonder what they think of this. A associate professor assaulting someone with a bike-lock while wearing a mask amidst an antifa’s black block, but all 4 charges of assault have been dropped against him, and the judge got him a mere $250 fine and 3 years probation.

Really makes you think.

A former East Bay college philosophy professor who was charged with four counts of felony assault with a deadly weapon, causing great bodily injury, has taken a deal resulting in three years of probation for an attack at a Berkeley protest last year, court records reveal.

Eric Clanton had been linked by police to violent assaults with a metal bike lock during a “free speech” rally in Berkeley on April 15, 2017. Before his arrest, Clanton had been “outed” online, on the website 4chan, as someone who used a bike lock to strike a man in the head. The assault was captured in a video clip (below) that drew widespread attention and anger after it was posted on YouTube.

Wednesday, Clanton was supposed to have had his preliminary hearing, where a judge decides whether there’s enough evidence in a case for it to move ahead to trial. Instead, there was no hearing, and information about Clanton’s plea deal became available online.

According to Alameda County Superior Court records, Clanton entered a “no contest” plea Wednesday to one misdemeanor battery charge. The felony charges against him were dismissed, and an allegation that he had caused serious bodily injury was stricken. A misdemeanor charge that Clanton wore a mask during the commission of the crime also was dropped.

Clanton’s three years of probation begin Wednesday and last through Aug. 8, 2021.

Police said, previously, that Clanton attacked at least three people with a metal U-lock during the April 15 rally in and around Civic Center Park. Court papers later revealed that Clanton struck at least seven people in the head, according to authorities. One person received a head laceration that required five staples to fix. Another was uninjured but had a piece of a helmet broken off. A third was struck across the neck and back, police wrote.

Police wrote that they had found evidence last year during a search of Clanton’s home in San Leandro linking him to “Anti-Fascists and Anarchy political groups,” according to court papers. He was not home when police arrived, so officers moved to a second address in West Oakland where they said they found flags, patches and pamphlets “associating Clanton” with antifa and anarchist groups. Investigators arrested Clanton there.

Detectives said they “recovered U-locks, sunglasses, a glove, jeans, and facial coverings” consistent with items worn during the April 15 assaults, according to court documents. And a camera found at the San Leandro home contained “selfies” taken by Clanton, police said, “with him wearing black clothing and facial coverings” consistent with April 15.

Police said in court documents that Clanton’s phone records placed him near Civic Center Park during the time of the protest assaults, too.

Police wrote that other photos they found showed Clanton “posing next to Anarchy symbols.” An “Iron Front” tattoo on his bicep, photographed while he was being logged into jail, “is associated with Anti-Fascists,” too, according to court papers.

Sometime before his arrest, police said Clanton tried to discuss the April 15 assaults with staff at Diablo Valley College — where he taught in 2015 and 2016 — and “never stated he wanted to proclaim his innocence.” He retained attorney Dan Siegel prior to his arrest and designated Siegel as his representative, police wrote.

When he was taken into custody last year, Clanton “immediately invoked his rights to an attorney” and declined to be interviewed by police, according to court papers.

It wasn’t the first time Clanton had been arrested in connection with East Bay demonstrations, police said last year. On Jan. 9, 2014, the California Highway Patrol in Oakland arrested him at Highway 24 and Interstate 980 during a Black Lives Matter protest on suspicion of committing a “public nuisance,” and “willfully and maliciously” blocking a street, sidewalk or other public place. Both are misdemeanors. Police reported no charges in that case, however, or any prior convictions.

Berkeleyside has attempted to reach Clanton’s attorney and the Alameda County district attorney’s office for comment. This story will be updated if that information becomes available.


#17

If he got away with beating multiple Trump supporters with a bike lock then I hope the prosecution let him off for a good reason… he better be singing like a canary and ratting out all of his ANTIFA friends to the government. I still think he got off too easy though. I think all of the Trump supporters that got hit with that bike lock, should be able to get an equal amount of swings on his head. That makes things fair.


#18

Cant even fast forward or look for the video on the internet? Not sure if you’re just lazy or legitimately challenged.

As youre in a thread about an antifa professor drawing blood wit ha bike lock on someone that thinks differently than he does. So much for an “educated” person. I guess liberal “education” doesnt entail “civility” and “decency” anymore, just brain-washing.


#19

Antifa SUCKS…


#20

I think we have a walk away moment! Welcome to team trump!


#21

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