On Thursday, Metropolitan D.C. police released a video showing a Marine veteran being robbed and brutally assaulted by a group of black men and women after they reportedly asked him if black lives matter.
The video shows 30-year-old Chris Marquez attacked from behind as he was leaving a McDonald’s on 911 E St., N.W., in Washington.
Marquez was in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, and received a bronze star for his heroism.
According Marquez while he was eating at the McDonald’s Friday night, a group of young people surrounded him and began yelling about “black lives matter.” Marquez says he sensed trouble and ignored them. When he left he was attacked and viciously beaten.
The video can be seen below:
Of course, a lot of the faces are pixellated, so it’s difficult to really see much.
Investigators are looking for other videos from stores in the area, since the attackers stole and used his credit cards.
On a somewhat related note, President Obama reportedly met with leaders of the anti-cop group on the same day this video was released — at the White House, just blocks from where Marquez was brutally assaulted.
According to one report, the meeting was intended to “discuss gun control and controlling local police from the White House.”
Marquez, Kristinn Taylor said at the Gateway Pundit, “is a decorated veteran of the Iraq War who was seen in a famous photo helping rescue a wounded Marine in Fallujah that inspired a statue placed by the group Hope for the Warriors at two Marine Corps bases entitled, ‘No Man Left Behind.’”
And don’t hold your breath waiting for Obama to check on this Marine veteran’s progress…
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