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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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Protesters clashed with police at an "I Can't Breathe" rally outside the 3rd Precinct Police Station in Minneapolis, Minnesota to protest the death of George Floyd who died in police custody. Four Minneapolis police officers have been fired after a video taken by a bystander was posted on social media showing Floyd's neck being pinned to the ground by an officer as he repeatedly said, "I can't breathe". Floyd was later pronounced dead after being transported to Hennepin County Medical Center.
 

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A man prays in front of the growing memorial for George Floyd who died in police custody on Monday in Minneapolis, Minnesota. An FBI investigation is underway following a fatal encounter between Floyd and Minneapolis police. In a statement early Tuesday, police said the man had a medical incident during an attempted arrest. However, video of the encounter shows an officer with his knee on the mans neck for at least eight minutes. Before the man lost consciousness, he repeatedly told officers that he couldn't breathe.
 

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Over 1000 people attended a rally outside the 3rd Precinct Police Station in Minneapolis, Minnesota to protest the death of George Floyd who died in police custody. Demonstrators clashed with the Minneapolis police outside a police station on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
 

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A demonstrator holds up an "I can't breathe" sign outside the 3rd Precinct Police Station in Minneapolis, Minnesota to protest the death of George Floyd who died in police custody. Demonstrators clashed with the Minneapolis police outside a police station on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
 

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People attend an "I can't breathe" rally on Tuesday outside the 3rd Precinct Police Station in Minneapolis, Minnesota to protest the murder of George Floyd who died in police custody on Monday, May 25, while in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
 

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Motorcycle gangs joined protesters at the Cup Foods store at Chicago Ave. and East 38th Street, the site where George Floyd died on Monday, May 25, while in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Demonstrators clashed with the Minneapolis police outside a police station on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
 

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Children play in the street while their parents participate in a rally for George Floyd at Chicago Ave. and East 38th Street during a rally in Minneapolis on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
 

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People attend an "I can't breathe" rally on Tuesday outside the 3rd Precinct Police Station in Minneapolis, Minnesota to protest the murder of George Floyd who died in police custody on Monday, May 25, while in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
 

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Protestors slash tires and smash windows on an empty police vehicle near the Minneapolis 3rd Police Precinct in Minneapolis on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. Federal authorities are investigating a white Minneapolis police officer for possible civil rights violations, after a video surface showing him kneeling on a handcuffed African-American man's neck and ignoring the man's protests that he couldn't breathe. The man later died. An attorney for the man’s family identified him as George Floyd.
 

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Police armed with assault rifles lob tear gas canisters to disperse the crowd demonstrating against the death of George Floyd outside the Minneapolis 3rd Police Precinct on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
 

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Demonstrators hold an upside down B&W American flag after protesting near the spot where George Floyd died while in custody of the Minneapolis Police on Monday in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The protests lasted into the night on May 26, 2020.

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