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Antifa Agitators Who Assaulted Hispanic Marines Won’t Face Charges Despite Guilty Pleas

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Three members of the radical far-left group, Antifa, who attacked Hispanic members of the Navy in 2018, will not face charges despite pleading guilty to misdemeanors. Journalist Andy Ngô claimed that the case was handled by prosecutors controlled by District Attorney Larry Krasner, who —Ngô commented— is close to George Soros.

The case of Hispanics assaulted by Antifa members

The Hispanic reservists were assaulted in 2018 and were shouted at by Antifa members, accusing them of being “nazis” or “white supremacists.”

“Two Hispanic men mistaken for white supremacists were beaten by Antifa members Joseph Alcoff, Thomas Keenan & Thomas Massey. The victims said they were called racial slurs,” detailed Andy Ngô.

“On Saturday, November 15, 2018, at approximately 3:20 p. m., the complainants, who are U.S. military reservists, were in the 100 block of S. Front Street, when they were accosted by numerous men and women,” explains a Philadelphia police report reviewed by The Gateway Pundit.

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