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A Black Lives Matter activist who was caught on camera sucker punching a Trump supporter was arrested and charged with aggravated assault.

Kenneth Wayne DeBerry, 39, was caught on camera sucker punching a man from behind and leaving him bleeding in the street. The incident happened after the "Million MAGA March" in Washington DC on Saturday.

DeBerry was also charged with disorderly conduct, inciting violence, and being a felon in possession of a gun. A gun was recovered when police searched DeBerry after he was taken into custody.

Video footage captured by the @VenturaReport shows the victim was the aggressor at the start of the altercation.

Police also arrested a group of Black Lives Matter supporters, including a woman (in green coat) who stole the victim's cellphone while he was unconscious on the ground.

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A female Black Lives Matter activist was knocked unconscious after she reportedly stole an American flag from a member of the Proud Boys at the massive Trump march in Washington DC on Saturday, Nov. 14.

Cellphone videos show the Black woman holding an American flag while fending off a group of white males with a switch blade.

Another BLM activist on a motorcycle appears to be with the woman. Both women wore motorcycle helmets.

The caption under one of the videos explains that the woman stole the flag from a Trump supporter. When the men demanded the flag back, she yelled, "Don't touch my wife!"

Moments later, a man snatched the flag away from her, causing her to drop the knife.

When she reached down to pick up the knife, another man clobbered her from behind with his motorcycle helmet.

She lost consciousness and collapsed in the street as her "wife" sped off on the motorcycle.

A second video shows a crowd of white males surrounding the woman who regained consciousness and was struggling to get up.

"Don't even f***ing help her!" one man shouted when a police officer assisted the dazed woman to her feet.

The incident was just one of many violent clashes between Trump supporters and far-left groups at the massive Trump March on Washington.

The Secret Service estimates 365,000 people attended Saturday's march in support of their president who refuses to concede to Joe Biden.
 

 

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A phone repair technician found himself caught in the crosshairs between a cheating man and his partner who suspected him of cheating on her.

The couple left his cell phone at the repair shop. When the repair tech opened the back of the phone he found a note and a crisp one hundred bill from the desperate man begging him not to fix the phone.

The woman returned to the shop by herself a day early to pick up the phone, but the tech told her he didn't repair the phone because he didn't want to be involved in their drama.

He handed her the phone, the note and the one hundred dollar bill.

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A police officer found himself outmatched by a suspect who didn't want to go to jail. Te cop attempted to arrest the man, as a crowd of bystanders looked on and laughed.

Within seconds the cop was on his back with the man standing over him, punching him in the face and getting the best of him.

Then the unexpected happened.

Watch the video below to find out what happens next.
 

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A shootout at Atlanta's Cheetah Lounge gentlemen's club sent patrons running for their lives in Midtown Atlanta over the weekend.

The strip club, located at 887 Spring Street, was the scene of a wild shootout just before the club closed at 2 a.m.

The video footage shows a Black male pointing a gun at someone off camera and shouting expletives. Two women with him attempt to deescalate the drama.

In a matter of seconds, the sound of gunshots sent club patrons ducking and running for their lives.

There are no reports of injuries.

Cheetah Lounge was the favored stomping grounds of the monied set because of the great customer service, the very cordial dancers, and the excellent food.

But due to a change in management over the years, the suited and booted professionals were replaced by a younger crowd of drug boys and rappers who started frequenting the club.

Security at Cheetah used to be top notch, but the club is under contract to be sold to a developer for $30 million and is set to be torn down to make way for commercial development.

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A Black Lives Matter protester was gunned down by a motorist at a demonstration in Austin, Texas on Saturday night.

Witnesses say Garrett Foster, 27, was killed after he reportedly pointed an AK-47 at a driver who was blocked by demonstrators in the roadway. The driver shot Foster with a handgun before he sped off.

Foster was pushing his fiancee Whitney Mitchell in a wheelchair in downtown Austin in the moments before he was shot. Mitchell, a quadruple amputee have dated since they were 17.

A grainy photo circulating on Twitter.com shows Foster with his AK-47 near the driver's side window of the vehicle. Whitney is not seen in the photo.

Austin police confirmed a 911 caller told the dispatcher he was just involved in a shooting after 10 p.m. on Saturday. The caller said he shot a man who approached his vehicle and pointed an assault rifle at him.

The caller was instructed to park his vehicle and an officer would be dispatched, according to Austin police.

Officers arrived and brought the caller to the homicide division where he was interviewed. His handgun and vehicle were secured as evidence.

Officers at the scene of the shooting spoke with witnesses and received several different versions of the incident.

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Police spoke with another individual who said he heard the first volley of gunshots and observed the vehicle speeding away.

The witness said he drew his handgun and fired at the fleeing vehicle. His handgun was also taken into evidence and he is cooperating with police.

Both individuals were released by police. Both men had valid carry/conceal licenses.

Cell phone video captured the sounds of the shooting. Gunfire from a semi-automatic rifle can be heard, then a brief pause followed by several shots from a small caliber weapon.

Reddit.com users identified the first shots as gunfire from a semi-automatic rifle similar to an AK-47.
 

A police officer is seen securing the Ak-47 in another cellphone video after the shooting.

Foster was interviewed moments before he was killed. He said he was licensed to carry a weapon and that he carried the AK-47 to protect himself. "They don't let us march in the streets anymore, so I've gotta practice some of our rights," Foster said in the video.

When asked if he planned to use the weapon, Foster said, "Nah… If I use it against the cops, I'm dead. I think all the people that hate us and want to say sh** to us are too big of pussies to stop and actually do anything about it."

Foster's mother, Sheila Foster, told ABC News her son and his fiancee were demonstrating in the street, when the driver, "got out of his car and started firing shots, and my son was shot three times."

An unidentified protester told a reporter, "A car drove up. We were taking the streets, and he shot Garrett. Garrett is the husband of Whitney, a quadriplegic in a wheelchair, and he is her caretaker and has been for like 10 years. They've been out here for ... all 50 days so far."

Other witnesses described a blue car "swerving" into the crowd of demonstrators. Some of the protesters pounded on the trunk of the car. No one mentioned Foster firing the AK-47 in the seconds before he was killed.

Foster's friends and family say he is a hero for protecting his girlfriend.

In a Facebook post, Foster appeared to approve of three federal officers suffering permanent blindness after BLM rioters pointed lasers at their eyes.

"They're cops it doesn't matter," he wrote.

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A Florida inmate who assaulted a deputy is facing additional felony charges tacked on to his original drug and gun possession charges.

The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office said 38-year-old inmate Michler Gabriel will face additional felony charges after he assaulted one of their deputies at the Orient Road Jail on Tuesday morning.

Surveillance video shows Gabriel waiting impatiently for the deputy to unlock a door to exit a jail pod. The deputy pushed Gabriel away from the door twice, but Gabriel refused to back away. At one point, Gabriel sucker punched the deputy.

Another deputy who witnessed the assault subdued Gabriel and held him until more deputies arrived.

The deputy was transported to Tampa General Hospital for treatment. The Sheriff's office said the deputy was treated for facial bruises, swelling and lacerations.

Gabriel was being held at the jail on multiple charges including: driving on a suspended license, possession of a controlled substance, possession of weed, armed drug trafficking, possession of cocaine, felony weapons possession and carrying a concealed firearm.

WRBL reports that Gabriel now faces additional charges of battery on a law enforcement officer and battery by a detained person, both felonies.

"While I am thankful that the deputy involved was not seriously hurt, we will make sure that Gabriel is prosecuted to the fullest extent for his actions," said Sheriff Chad Chronister.
 

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A homeless man who tried to abduct a sleeping woman off the 6 train in NYC was caught on the street and savagely beaten by a mob.

Sonny Alloway, 48, was arrested after a viral video showed him picking up the sleeping woman and dragging her off the 6 train at 2:30 a.m. on Monday.

The woman and a male friend, also homeless, were sleeping on the train to stay warm. Alloway, who was seated across from them, tapped the woman's leg and motioned toward the door.

When she ignored him, he grabbed her and carried her off the train at the next stop. Once on the platform, the woman struggled and broke free.

The woman spotted Alloway on the street the next day, and a mob delivered some street justice before the police were called.

CAUTION: Video contains violence and adult language that may not be suitable for children under 18.
 

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A homeowner in Wisconsin wants answers from FedEx after her security doorbell camera caught a FedEx driver cursing while mishandling a large package.

Andrea Wendorf told WISN she was at work when her security doorbell camera caught the FedEx driver having a meltdown while picking up a sofa she ordered from Wayfair.

The video footage shows the driver cursing while dragging the package through the snow and dropping the heavy package on the frozen asphalt.

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The FedEx driver cursed while speaking to a fellow employee on his cell phone as he struggled with the oversized package.

The 144-pound sofa had been delivered by FedEx twice, but the furniture was damaged both times.

"Now we're wondering if it was broken because of the way they treat the merchandise," Wendorf told WISN.

According to FedEx's guidelines on its website, the package is within its acceptable weight limits of 150 pounds.

Wendorf said she sent the video to FedEx but she received no response. So she took her complaint to the news media.

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Working moms everywhere can relate to a NBC news correspondent who vent viral on social media after her son interrupted her live report on Syria.

NBC News correspondent Courtney Kube was live on the air reporting on the conflict in Syria on Wednesday when her son wandered over and demanded her attention.

Kube, who covers national security and the Pentagon, was discussing Turkey's incursion into Syria from the NBC News studios in Washington, D.C. when her 4-year-old son interrupted her.

"Excuse me... my Kids are here. Live television," Kube laughed while simultaneously pushing her son away.

Kube later explained that her kids were dropped off in the studio from preschool and, "Breaking news in Syria didn't line up with preschool drop-off, so he and his twin brother were with me."

Hopefully Kube's boss has a good sense of humor.