Violent Antifa Protester & College “Ethics” Prof Gets PROBATION Deal For Bike Lock Beating Trump Supporter!
OUTRAGEOUS! Antifa protester Eric Clanton was charged with four counts of felony assault with a deadly weapon, causing great bodily injury.
This week he was offered probation for beating the brains out of a Trump supporter with a bike lock… A 3-year probation deal, court records reveal.
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In April 2017 Ethics professor Eric Clanton attended a Free Speech rally dressed in all black and with a mask on his face. Clanton carried with him a chain with a bike lock to beat Trump supporters.
4Chan users later identified the Antifa “activist” who beat a Trump supporter over the head with a BIKE LOCK causing a major cut on the man’s head.
The violent Antifa terrorist was Professor Eric Clanton. Professor Eric Clanton teaches “ethics” at Diablo Valley College.
The victim Sean Stiles pressed charges against Eric Clanton over the brutal attack that was captured on video.
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Clanton was arrested and charged with four counts of felony assault.
Full list of charges for Antifa bike lock professor Eric Clanton pic.twitter.com/kKboWb1lvm
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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.
More video of Clanton at work.