Report: Florida files 4th charge against antifa members in Planned Parenthood attack

On June 9, 2015, a group of people entered the Planned Parenthood in Ft. Lauderdale, and attacked people at the scene. Only two people were arrested. They were from an antifa group. The group…

Report: Florida files 4th charge against antifa members in Planned Parenthood attack

On June 9, 2015, a group of people entered the Planned Parenthood in Ft. Lauderdale, and attacked people at the scene. Only two people were arrested. They were from an antifa group. The group members were found guilty on May 17, 2017.

On September 14, USA Today has reported the Florida Attorney General’s office has filed a fourth charge against the group members, saying they beat an antifa member. According to documents, the antifa member is severely injured, had to be transported to a hospital and suffers from brain trauma, hearing loss, a spinal injury and other physical ailments. The man was an only three months shy of his 21st birthday, according to USA Today.

Ngo and other reporters documented the attack as it was occurring on the street. Ngo was injured and in pain, and walking around with the help of the officers. Ngo was trying to interview a former Planned Parenthood employee who had quit. Before the attack, a crowd of people broke down the doors, throwing broken glass and concrete at the reporters. Ngo was filmed afterward as he was being pushed into an ambulance.

The police found surveillance video of the attack and arrested several people involved. Three of the arrests happened on June 10. Before the arrest on June 10, people involved left the Florida Planned Parenthood a few days before the attack. There are multiple videos from security cameras that capture the attack and after the attack, the attack was filmed.

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