CNBNews Editor's Note: We had asked for anyone who could provide a copy of the video showing the man who was sucker punched by the suspect Kenneth Wayne Deberry was responsible for starting the fight with the Antifa people and BLM members.
Karl Kramer submitted the link below from Twitter. Kramer included this comment with the link "Here is a copy. This took 30 seconds to find. Do your damn job."
We watched the tape several times. The video begins with a unknown man using a megaphone speaker telling people to "Get the fxxx out."
We do not know who the grey hair man is either. The video shows him coming into view along with someone else and they shove several people telling them to get out. One falls to the ground. From that moment on the grey hair man is attacked every time he turns his back from people coming from behind. It is not known if those individuals are BLM members or Antifa members. At one point the grey hair man is kicked in the back, as he turns around suspect Wayne Deberry is seen pulling his fist into his jacket sleeve. He swings his arm back and then he brings it forward striking the grey hair man from behind on the side of his head. The victim falls to the ground unconscious, as he hits the ground you can hear his head crash against the cement. As he lays there not moving the crowd yells their approval as they jump up and down surrounding the victim.
WASHINGTON D.C. (NOV. 16, 2020)--The Epoch Times is reporting that police on Sunday arrested a man caught on camera assaulting another man following a massive rally held by supporters of President Donald Trump.
Kenneth Wayne Deberry, 39, a Black Lives Matter supporter was arrested on charges including aggravated assault and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Deberry struck the victim, rendering him unconscious, according to video footage of the incident and a police incident summary.
Video of the assault showed a group of anti-Trump demonstrators following and harassing Trump supporters who had attended a rally in D.C.
One of the supporters then shoved a man who was shouting through a megaphone. The supporter was quickly surrounded and began exchanging blows with various people.
A person later identified as Alexus Doris Owens stomps on the head of a President Donald Trump supporter who was sucker punched, in Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington on Nov. 14, 2020. (Roberto Schmidt/AFP via Getty Images)