Buffalo Officials Duped By Professional Antifa Provocateur – Arrest and Charge Two Police Officers – Righteous Police Team Stand Together and Walk Out…

Martin Gugino is a 75-year-old professional agitator and Antifa provocateur who brags on his blog about the number of times he can get arrested and escape prosecution. According to Buffalo Mayor Byron BrownThere has been vandalism, there have been fires set, there have been stores broken into & looted. According to what was reported to me, that individual was a key major instigator of people engaging in those activities.”

Mr. Gugino’s Twitter Account is also filled with anti-cop sentiment [SEE HERE].  Last Thursday Gugino traveled from his New York home in Amherst, to Buffalo where he was seen on camera agitating a protest crowd. One of the protesters earlier remarked that Mr. Gugino was “acting like an asshole”, and “trying to get punched in the face.”

During his effort Gugino was attempting to capture the radio communications signature of Buffalo police officers. CTH noted what he was attempting on Thursday night as soon as the now viral video was being used by media to sell a police brutality narrative. [Thread Here] Today, a more clear video has emerged that shows exactly what he was attempting.

In this slow motion video, you will see Gugino using a phone as a capture scanner.  You might have heard the term “skimming”; it’s essentially the same.  Watch him use his right hand to first scan the mic of officer one (top left of chest).  Then Gugino moves his hand to the communications belt of the second officer. WATCH CLOSELY:

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The capture of communications signals [explained in detail here] is a method of police tracking used by Antifa to monitor the location of police. In some cases the more high tech capture software can even decipher communication encryption allowing the professional agitators to block (black-out), jam, or interfere with police communication. In addition, many police body-cams are bluetooth enabled which allows syncing.

Unfortunately in the modern era the professional agitators have become very sophisticated and use technology to help create chaos.  Their activity is highly coordinated, and as James O’Keefe has revealed in his undercover operations these professionals even stage events to manipulate public opinion.

When he was pushed away by the officers Gugino fell and presumably hit his head. As a consequence of the shove, the two officers were suspended and the Buffalo authorities have arrested and charged the two police officers.  In a show of support the entire Buffalo police unit that makes up the Emergency Response Team resigned their position.

On Friday Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown admitted Gugino was a professional ‘agitator’ who tried to work up the crowd and had been asked to leave the area ‘numerous’ times.

However, despite the known ideology and intent of Mr. Gugino; and despite a more careful look at the video highlighting exactly what Gugino was attempting; the Buffalo authorities are frozen by political correctness and have now arrested and charged the two officers.

(Via Daily Mail) – Two Buffalo cops have been arrested and charged with second degree assault after they shoved a 75-year-old peace activist to the ground Thursday causing him to crack his head open on the sidewalk, as hundreds of colleagues gathered outside the city court in solidarity to cheer their release without bail.

Aaron Torgalski and Robert McCabe were each charged with one count of assault in the second degree in a court hearing Saturday morning over the shocking incident that left peaceful protester Martin Gugino in a ‘serious condition’ in hospital.

The cops were arraigned in a virtual court hearing where they both pleaded not guilty to the charges and the two cops hid from the view of the camera.

They each face up to seven years in prison if convicted of the class D felony. They were released without bail and will appear back in court on July 20.(read more)

It would appear Mr. Martin Gugino succeeded in his endeavor:

UPDATE 6/9/20 9:00pm ET: OAN News has additional details.

And a picture of Mr. Martin Gugino sitting up chatting on his cell phone before being loaded into the ambulance:

 

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444 Responses to Buffalo Officials Duped By Professional Antifa Provocateur – Arrest and Charge Two Police Officers – Righteous Police Team Stand Together and Walk Out…

  1. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    Absolutely ZERO mention that I could find today in the final print edition of the local bird cage liner of Mr. Gugino’s past history, current motives, as well as video evidence he was there solely to provoke a confrontation.

    I was told by a friend yesterday (mentioned in an earlier comment by me) that Mr. Gugino seemed to arrive at the protest about 10 minutes before the curfew started at 8 pm.

    https://buffalonews.com/2020/06/06/buffalo-officers-charged-with-shoving-protester/

    I looked and read section A, as well as the local section C. My mother gets the Sunday paper delivered for the retail sales flyers and coupons.

    The article states that Erie County DA John Flynn said the felony charges are because Gugino is older than 65 and the officers involved are more than 10 years younger. So Mr. Gugino must be well versed in gaming the system.

    Also that DA Flynn launched the investigation with the encouragement of Gov. Cuomo and others. No surprise there. IMO (and many others), Gov. Cuomo is the one that needs to be investigated.

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    • jeff montanye says:

      all the cops needed to do was touch him and he was taking a dive. he drew that foul with his attempts to steal the cops’ radio info.

      in the sixties and seventies the crowd was protesting the war and the draft, a clearer government decision than “racism” or “police brutality” imo. and richard nixon got elected and reelected, the latter in a landslide.

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    • ha says:

      “Gugino seemed to arrive at the protest 10 minutes before 8pm”

      look at the photos again – does that look like 7:50 pm sunlight to anybody? no; it would be getting dark already at 8:00pm.

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      • Logical thinker says:

        Do you not understand how daylight savings time works??? We are two weeks from the longest amount of sunlight in a day for this part of the country. I can golf until 9:30 pm right now and still follow my ball.

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      • rocketride says:

        That far west in the time-zone, the sun was definitely still up in Buffalo. It’s still up after 8PM at this time of year in the Hudson Valley where I am. (Remember we’re not that far short of the summer solstice.) Buffalo is something like 300 miles to my west and a bit north, so the sun would be even further up.

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      • Nica says:

        I live near Buffalo. It gets dark about 9pm this time of year.

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      • Sue Weimann says:

        No in June it’s light till almost 9 pm!!

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      • Mary Money says:

        I’m from the area and it is going on 8pm right now. It is bright and sunny with blue sky. I don’t know how to post pic or if I can here. Very bright out.

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    • blcartwright says:

      It sucks that the guy got hurt but a small shove is not inherently dangerous, such as punching him in the face. No need for 7 years because it turned out badly. The guy was where he wasn’t supposed to be, disregarded lawful orders to move, and made a threatening move.

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      • Avalanche says:

        I want to see the medical photo of the back of his ‘cracked head’ — NOT POSSIBLE to bleed that heavily out his ear, no matter how hard he allegedly hit his head on the cement.

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    • Vandalo says:

      Zero mention of Gugino’s status now. Did he go to a hospital, was he admitted, etc. Nikkobe

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  2. Khalid Al Mansour says:

    Trace Gallagher on Fox made quit a panicked stink about this in clear support of Gugino. Now that the facts are clear will he apologize?

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  3. Notabotbutyouare says:

    I’m sure that was recovered by the BPDmedical personnel who treated him, as well as the tube and blood pack right? Or they were discovered in the ambulance and a report will list that, right? Or is BPD waiting to present this to the DAs office to force a dismissal of charges or even better a no-bill in the grand jury, right?

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  4. John says:

    He is 75 years old
    He is a “professional” agitator???
    You mean he was actually PAID to agitate?
    Capturing police radio communications is entirely legal many many people own police scanners
    Shameful behavior the police might have killed him by doing that to a man his age

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    • ARW says:

      Oh, enough with the hyperbolic woke bull. They pushed an old man put out of their way who directly confronted them. You need to get out more.

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      • bullseye500yards says:

        It doesn’t matter who the guy was, it matters that he was seriously injured needlessly by Police not taking the time to do their job properly.

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        • brenrod says:

          It was not needless, he refused police orders to leave…. folks have been murdered and properties destroyed by these antifa and blm thugs…. there is no reason for the police to pussyfoot with thugs or need to wait until after they commit their thuggery.

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          • bullseye500yards says:

            LOL, that old guy was not a thug…geez, talk about hyper-bole.

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            • Gospace says:

              Age does make a thug. A thug is a thug. Period. he fits the definition.

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            • Raven78 says:

              Usinhg your idiotic logic, then the Mafia leaders are not really mafia leaders as most are well into there 70’s as well.

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            • Peppurr says:

              If he would have simply stepped aside for the police, which people should do in a situation like this, we’d have nothing to talk about.. Instead HE made the decision to get in the cops’ space, and therefore, must accept personal responsibility for what happened. jmo

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            • MR52 says:

              No old guy was somewhere he was not suppose to be. He was putting people at risk. If I have my way, I would have just shot the MFr.. Normalizing this is a serious problem. How many blacks will be injured or shot because they are egged one by idiots like this guy. How many businesses that people spent their lifetimes saving to create. How many parents will loose their kids to the stupid decisions that the media and “progressives” ideas that they are pushing.

              Where were you in the 90’s when Chicago was averaging a murder a day in an 8 block project housing section that was suppose to be part of the “Great Society”? The Progressive agenda hidden as “Civil Rights” is a lie to keep the blacks on the plantation.

              William F Buckley Jr & Saul Alinsky – Mobilizing The Poor to destroy the middle class.

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            • Sick of SJWs says:

              Go read up on the children and women in Vietnam who blew themselves up and killed American soldiers. You cannot let appearances be the limiting factor on a response from police, he reached for a cops waist that was enough.

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            • Justavet says:

              The moron reached downward toward the cops gun belt and was still stepping forward against the cops. Try it sometime, you will probably get much worse treatment. The fall was faked, and I hope to hell the cops sue his wrinkled ass to oblivion.

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        • BitterC says:

          The cops simutaneously reached out to shove him. It was a knee jerk reaction. You’d do same if you realized someone was giving you a body scan

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        • Mist'ears Mom says:

          not needless-he should have backed away when told and not instigated the encounter.
          He was at fault no the officers.
          I hope those law enforcement officers get the best lawyers $ can buy and rip this guy a new ahole-quite literally destroy him on the witness stand.
          As if his brains weren’t scrambled enough already, and he can make it to the stand.

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          • JakeDenver6 says:

            I’ve been pushed harder than he was by 10 year olds. He tripped over his own feet, fell, landed on his ass, rolled back and hit his head, busting the skin. Any head wound that breaks the skin bleeds like the dickens. This guy is a Pro.

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        • Mark Carpenter says:

          He wasn’t injured – it was all faked. You can go here and see how the fake blood flowed.
          https://www.ihatethemedia.com

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        • Lb says:

          Everyone needs to wake up. We are being played. It was fake blood too. He has a tube up his back and under his mask. The article says he cracked his head. The blood is running from his mask to his ear and dripping to the concrete. He concocted the whole thing.

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        • Terri Lucas says:

          What matters is the idiot purposely tried to block police after being told to get back. He is old he should have known better.

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        • nimrodman says:

          bullseye500yards said
          “It doesn’t matter who the guy was, it matters that he was seriously injured needlessly by Police not taking the time to do their job properly.”

          Two points here

          You’re correct it doesn’t matter who the guy was
          It DOES matter what the guy did

          Everyone needs to watch not only the slo-mo video that Sundance posted but also the twitter video I posted on page 2 of the comments

          Until you do, you don’t know what you’re talking about

          I’ve re-posted it at bottom of this comment

          the video shows two vantages stacked in one frame and synchronized

          importantly, it winds back farther than just the encounter

          at the beginning, a commanding officer shouts a very loud formation “forward march” order

          the entire formation starts advancing in a forward march toward a crowd of protestors

          at that point they’re on a mission: to advance to that crowd, at the end of the video we see that they yanked a couple people out of the crowd for arrest; they’d probably harassed police earlier, throwing bottles or other objects

          Gugino departed from that crowd and strode right up on the advancing police, not only hindering but fully stopping one of them; that’s the encounter that Sundance’s slow-motion video captures

          So the encounter didn’t start when police got to him, it was Gugino who walked up on and confronted police in a potentially threatening manner. He had left the crowd, he singled himself out as a confrontational solo agent

          Then he did his little too-clever-by-half waving his phone over 2 front-line policemen, coming very close to the 2nd policeman’s belt pack AND GUN

          The gun proximity and the oddity of what he was doing with his device BOTH could have been perceived by police as potential threats

          It looks like that might have happened, in that a 2nd-line policeman starts to act first, moving forward in formation and reaching out, he might have been giving a verbal order like “get that guy outta here”

          So that’s what Gugino DID – not who he was, which police couldn’t have know at that point unless Gugino was known as a prior instigator and they saw him in briefing papers

          The 2nd point in your comment
          “Police not taking the time to do their job properly”

          And what would they have “taken the time to do” that would make it proper policing?

          Another commenter said they should have handcuffed him instead of shoving him

          But that might have interfered with their mission, which appears to have been a formation march to that crowd to take action there

          Evidence for that is when a policeman stoops down to check on Gugino, another policeman yanks him and pushes him forward, as if to get him back on mission, to keep up with the formation march. Could have been a superior officer in command.

          So no – at that point in time and in consideration of the mission they were on, proper policing of a “do your job” variety might NOT have been to cuff Gugino, but to advance past him to the crowd that appears to have been the objective of the march.

          Their “job” at that point in time appears to have been to “advance to the crowd and pull a couple bad actors out

          So here’s the twitter video, click the 2nd video if 2 show up, if not then disregard

          video/1

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        • Andy1 says:

          People have their opinions about this case. But bottom line it will be decided by the law, which hasn’t been discussed, and not by feelings or seat-of-the pants personal judgments.

          So what is the law? NY Penal Law Section 35.05, regarding justifiable use of force: “…Conduct which would otherwise constitute an offense is justifiable and not criminal when: 1. Such conduct…is performed by a public servant in the reasonable exercise of his official powers, duties, or functions….”

          Let’s apply that law. (1) Was the officer performing an official duty? Yes, he was acting under orders to clear out an area after a curfew had gone into effect. (2) Was his use of force reasonable, as required? Yes, it was. This person who was violating curfew, and could have been arrested, approached the officer and stuck his hand out toward him in an attempt to touch the officer, delay him, or cause him concern. He also got in the officer’s way as he was marching, delaying him. In order to continue to perform his duties, the officer pushed him back. He did not push him down. This action by the officer was reasonable. The guy stumbled and fell, perhaps intentionally, and hit his head. But this has no bearing on judging the use of force. The modest push back, given what the guy had done, was reasonable. Therefore, because the push took place in the exercise of the officer’s official duties and the push was reasonable, no law was violated. There was no assault by the officer. The only violations were the curfew violation and the attempt to hinder the officer in the performance of his duties, which is a crime.

          This is how the officials should have judged the situation, but instead succumbed to the pressure of mob justice. The Mayor, Police Commissioner, and prosecutor all should be fired for filing charges they knew, or should have known, were false. Or bulls—, as the union officer said.

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          • Jacqueline Bontzolakes says:

            We don’t even really have to waste much time and determining whether they will be convicted of the crime simply because Byron Brown’s statement shows that we are only doing this because of the environment that’s perpetuating us to force ourselves to charge them with a crime. Charging and convicting is two different things we all know how this is going to turn out

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        • Logical thinker says:

          Did you even bother to read the article? It is clear that he was making an attempt at interfering with police work. Don’t blame cops for not doing jobs properly if you aren’t willing to hold a citizen to a standard of not interfering.

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        • Jacqueline Bontzolakes, LMT says:

          When ppl realize that,” uniting will be so much easier.

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        • fetherstonehaugh says:

          If you jump in front of me and start trying to touch me up like that you’ll be shoved backwards rapidly too.
          If you fall on your arse then maybe you’ll be less aggressive next time you decide to be a space invader.
          He should be fined for approaching closer than the 1.5m safe social distance.
          He should be charged with interfering with police.

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      • Deborah Anne says:

        It was a hoax. He had a tube running from his mask, with a pouch of fake blood. When he hit the ground the fake blood streamed from his ear, from the tube. There was no blood on the back of his head from the fall. This is intended to pull at the heartstrings of people. With a headline, “Cops break skull of old man.” This is their goal, to destruct and divide,

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      • Gordon says:

        Some people are like sheep they will follow some arsehole who wants to cause trouble if the charge against those 2 police officers is not dismissed than you can throw justice out the window.. It’s time someone woke up to what these agitators are up to and throw them in jail. Sal. Australia

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    • jbrickley says:

      The man is a Communist and has been for a very long time. This is the sort of individual who hands out Communist literature at protests. He doesn’t need to necessarily be paid, but he is highly experienced. People like this do it for “The Cause” and he’s likely got a retirement and pension and a lot of free time.

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    • I’m guessing “John” you too are a paid professional agitator. I suggest you agitate elsewhere you might get some traction. Here very unlikely. Putz.

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      • bullseye500yards says:

        I’m not an agitator. I’m a huge 2nd Amendment supporter that lives at the foot of the Cascades range (eastern side) and I support the Police doing their jobs. Unfortunately (as we all know) sometimes some LEO’s rely on force first without taking the time to do thier job properly as happened in this instance.

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        • brenrod says:

          the man was walking towards them right into their line in provocation, instead of shooting him they shoved him. Police are not paid to mollycoddle rioters.

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          • bullseye500yards says:

            Police are paid to act and re-act professionally, the arrested officer did not do that.

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            • Ace says:

              True, they should have just gently slapped the cuffs on him and hauled him down to the holding center. I think the point of the article is he’s not the sweet grandpa the criminal media portrays him to be.
              But I live in Buffalo, it’s the mayor’s fault. There’s not much happening here, there was no need to send this crew on the streets. The last 2 nights, they had just a few cops in cars, and nothing happened, beca6no one’s really there. Grandpa was trying to rile things up for sure though. Nobody here is interested in this stuff.

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        • free2313 says:

          When LEO’s are in the middle of a riot, they never know, where or when a hit will befall them. Police have every right to act first and react secondly to defend themselves…
          They did their job perfectly…
          And the old man did his job perfectly also, and he was rewarded with a few stitched in the back of the head.
          All’s well that ends well!

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          • bullseye500yards says:

            I expect more professionalism from the LEO’s I have contact with.

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            • Mist'ears Mom says:

              Well some advice then-act respectfully (this guy was not) and obey orders (this guy did not) do not approach LEO in any manner in an aggressive way (this guy did) and finally get our of the way of a LEO trying to do his PROFESSIONAL job! (this guy stood right in front of approaching officers) good grief – seriously.
              Don’t do any of those things, RESPECT LEO and the LEO’s you come in contact with will have no problem treating you professionally.

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            • MTeresa says:

              How about expecting more “professionalism” from Gugino? He was far from being peaceful protestor. He was there for the specific purpose of causing trouble and after being warned several times he CHOSE TO disobey the curfew & disburse as he should have.

              Honestly, walk in the shoes of LEO before you start talking about “professionalism”. You obviously don’t have any family members who put their lives on the line DAILY dealing with ass*oles like this dude. People like him think nothing of spiting, throwing bottles of urine ….or worse yet, bricks at officers. When someone moves up near your body (after they’ve been warned multiple times to move), the police are not going to hand you a daisy. They will react. They cannot read minds. They are trained to protect themselves.

              The response was appropriate and it appears to me as the cops KNEW what he was doing.

              Unfortunate for him.

              Old or not, he put himself in danger ON PURPOSE.

              He is NOT a victim.

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        • Rob H says:

          Interesting that you, “bullseye500yards”, replied to the post directed at “John.”
          Kind of a confession, eh?

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    • Brenrod says:

      he came specifically to provoke the police, if your purpose is to provoke the police while they are putting themselves in danger of murder by antifa and blm then you should expect much more than a shove.

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      • bullseye500yards says:

        “he came specifically to provoke the police” and that one cop (was was arrested for assault) fell for it hook, line and sinker. He must of missed the lecture about thinking on your feet while attending the academy.

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        • Ace says:

          True. Mr. “F the police” knew what he was doing. If he was simply arrested, no one would have ever known of him. Young cop blew his cool.

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          • MrAnderson says:

            I don’t think the young cop blew his cool, I think he just did not realize how unsteady a lot of old folks are on their feet. I don’t think he expected Gugino to fall backwards and hit his head.

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            • jeff montanye says:

              he didn’t think the old guy was an agent provocateur and was going to take a touch and make it count as best he could. that movement with the phone was totally out of line and he’s lucky it wasn’t knocked out of his hand with a baton or gun barrel. and i’ve been mugged by a police officer, jailed and convicted on police perjury, so i know they aren’t all good guys.

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              • rocketride says:

                Listening to a police scanner is one thing. Gearing up to disrupt their communications is something else entirely.

                Your mother should lock you in your basement with a ‘roach bomb’.

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            • Paul Vincent Zecchino says:

              Gugino is a communist agitator who appears to have taken lessons from the old MOB’s ‘Slip/Fall Artistes’ who deliberately took falls to extort money from insurors.

              Gugino belongs in prison.

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            • Missy says:

              The old guy MEANT to take a fall. He had the backpads on that stuntman use when they have to fall back on set. They was clearly shown in another photo. You have be looking for them to see it.

              He also made sure that his helmet hit the ground and made a loud “crack” sound, so people would think it was his skull. This was a set up, and the police were advancing with their batons held horizontally, to push people back with enough force to move them back, but without injury.

              He DELIBERATELY approached them when they were clearing the plaza, got in their personal space, and then caused his fall back.

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    • free2313 says:

      Just because you are old you think you should be able to get away with crap…
      How did they know the device was not a possible explosion of sort.
      I would not be surprised if he intentionally banged his own head against the cement…
      Anything for his corrupt cause.
      Shame on old people who pretend they are like innocent children…
      Old people if they do not wish to be hurt, should stay at home and watch the mayhem on TV….

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    • Paul Vincent Zecchino says:

      Using a scanning receiver to listen to police calls is legal. Using a handheld to purloin information on police smartphones and cellphones is not. Nor is it legal to use a handheld to steal police radio encryption keys.

      Martin Gugino’s gracefully executed Swan Dive and moonwalk ahead of the cop’s supposed shove marks him as a real pro, well schooled, experienced, cunning and destructive communist agitator.

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    • B says:

      I watched the video. The man was reaching for the cops gun because he wanted to get pushed by the cop. That cop had a legal right to shove him. People like you are part of the problem

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    • He wasn’t capturing “police radio communications.” Nice diversion there. What he was doing was attempting to capture (skimming) encrypted data from the officer’s radio, which would allow a hacker to decipher the encrypted data and thereby allow the police communications to be blocked or jammed by ANTIFA.

      Don’t think it could happen? Well tell that to the Chicago Police Department. It happened to them during the riots.

      https://tinyurl.com/y9sdhgtg

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    • James DeMarsh says:

      Using Scanners is legal (in most states) using a skimmer with which to capture and decrypt private comms is not…Learn something about the technology he used, or shut your piehole…

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    • rocketride says:

      Listening to a police scanner is one thing. Gearing up to disrupt their communications is something else entirely.

      Your mother should lock you in your basement with a ‘roach bomb’.

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    • PeterK says:

      “Capturing police radio communications is entirely legal many many people own police scanners”
      this was not like listening to a scanner. if you read the following you will understand what he was trying to do
      https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1268784881422786560.html

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  5. jbrickley says:

    Police radio band encryption is pitiful but not nearly as bad as the security on their dashcams and bodycams. It is absolutely incompetent to the extreme. Virtually no security whatsoever.

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    • jbrickley says:

      It is not so much that Antifa is sophisticated technologically but that the police systems are woefully insecure to the extreme. The FBI really needs to provide their technical expertise to craft standards for manufacturers and then certify the communications and video recording solutions that vendors may sell to law enforcement.

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  6. Grant says:

    If you watch the video closely his right ear has something in it & appears a patch on the back of his neck & is bleeding before he ever hits the concrete.This is a setup from the get go.These people need to be stopped & our police need to be taken care of. World Politics

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    • Jack says:

      He also has what looks like a medical-type IV pouch under his shirt down near his kidney. The damn pouch is already leaking fluid and making his shirt wet, and there is apparently a tube running from the pouch up the back of his shirt. Highly suspicious.

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      • Mist'ears Mom says:

        Yea and he was carrying a helmet with him earlier…what happen to that highly effect head gear when he put himself in mortal danger from those racist police officers?

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      • ganesh says:

        No.

        And just stop with this BS.

        It may be that there was more to this total asshat falling over backwards and busting his head like a melon.

        But your unsubstantiated bigfoot allegations make you sound like a wacko. And posting them here pollutes the conversation.

        If you can take the multiple videos out there, cut through their metadata, link your closeups, sync the timeline, and make your point, bravo.

        Otherwise……

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  7. Jesse W Brause says:

    some pictures are popping up with him on the ground, face mask on with a tube running out of the side that produces the blood you see on the street. I’ts not coming out of the back of his head, it’s coming from his ear.

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  8. Doppler says:

    The Left has major influence over the media, and hence, over public perception. Academia have taught our grandchildren to hate white history, dead white poets, Western Civilization, and to see American institutions exclusively through racial lenses. Our churches embrace Liberation Theology, equate Christ’s message with that of Marx, plus God (yeah, right). Gender studies, etc., etc. And what do they all have in common? They are each a different column in the long march through the institutions of Cultural Marxism, whose hidden purpose is always to subvert established order, reduce it to chaos, then assert Revolutionary Power to “make everything right and just” (outward message), “secure absolute control over a population for our little cadre of self-appointed elites, who alone will have power over the masses.” (hidden message).

    All the columns appear to be concentrating on the destruction of Trump, his policies and agenda, and his supporters. Trump has succeeded in bringing out the worst in his enemies. So many are showing their true colors, yet many remain hidden.

    The biggest risk is that people, especially younger people, are susceptible to being shamed, ridiculed, and “thought-led” into rejecting the fundamental values on which America was founded, and has thrived, with occasional self-corrections to bend toward a more perfect union, attracting a steady stream of talented and entrepreneurial legal immigrants from everywhere: All persons are created equal. Equal justice under the law. People should be judged on the content of their characters, not on the color of their skin. The purpose of government is to secure the blessings of liberty for its citizens and their posterity, and is best dealt with on a limited basis, with local, regional and national roles strictly limited to those matters that affect the whole, and subject to checks and balances to assure that unaccountable power – the source of the greatest calamities of history – is never created here.

    These revolutionaries do not want racial justice, although many of the protesters do. They want Revolution and to replace “the system” with their own leadership. Watch out, America. Marxist Revolution when successful always looks the same, and Liberty is dead in that world.

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    • Paul Vincent Zecchino says:

      The majority of the marxstream media are second, third and fourth generation descendants of old line Marxists from the FDR era.

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  9. imalulu says:

    Play a young fool’s game…pay an old fool’s price.

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  10. MR52 says:

    notice he is not wearing his mask in the last picture.

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    • Missy says:

      He has on TWO masks, a blue and a yellow. One contains the pouch and tube to the ear. Bleeding out the ear comes from head and brain injury, it takes a while before it starts, and is much paler in color, because it contains brain fluid. EMTs have commented on this, and all said it was fake.

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  11. dannofiveo says:

    Wonder if the “blood” was artificial in content; intentionally splattering when the agitator fell backwards on the back of his grape.

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  12. dannofiveo says:

    Fooled me at first viewing.

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  13. brenrod says:

    I am all for a change in police attitude to innocent folks but not in mollycoddling those in the act of committing crimes and rioters.

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  14. brenrod says:

    When Gugino said “F the police” he identified himself as a hostile, aggressive and potentially dangerous member of groups who have been murdering police and other folks.

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  15. yeeehaww says:

    First time posting here.

    Have to say that I am very glad sites like Conservative Treehouse exist.

    Thank you very much gentlemen!

    Andrew Breitbart Lives!

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  16. Dan Lin says:

    Prediction: A lot of white liberals and African Americans are going to become victims of violent crime as a result of this. Blue cities will be abandoned. And then they complain about white flight and call it racism.

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  17. victronix says:

    The link on “WATCH CLOSELY” seems wrong, unless I’m missing something?

    https://www.blogger.com/profile/12535061710557436016

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  18. HostageCalifornian says:

    This looks like an instance of “bird dogging” to me. Remember Robert Creamer and Scott Foval, who were paid democrat agitator/consultants, who sent operatives Trump rallies to provoke attendees and then do the Slip-And-Fall bit in front of cameras? Similar type of thing.

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  19. BitterC says:

    Have seen several photos of him at diff events and he always has a crash helmet in his left hand. Too bad he wasn’t wearing it 🙂

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  20. mjazzguitar says:

    FBI, CIA, DHS, NSA, and all the rest had no idea that these riots would take place?

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  21. viscova7 says:

    if you look at the “push”, it was not much more than finger tip nudge to get out of the way – the exaggerated jump back and trip and fall was and act…I would not bet against the idea the blood coming from the ear was not a stage prop blood capsule

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    • nimrodman says:

      “finger tip nudge”

      A bit more than that

      Cop on right pushed with his hand
      Cop on left pushed with a two-handed nightstick fend-off, standard police procedure a few have pointed out

      Still yet, he stumbled 3 steps back, just couldn’t get that 4th step
      Down

      At 75 years old and with diminishing agility, Gugino should have recognized long ago that his riot grrrrl days were over

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  22. JC Calhoun says:

    If I were a cop I would pack it in…there are plenty of jobs in small communities across this country where law enforcement is appreciated and protected…no need to put up with leftwing city councils and ignorant socialist mayors…

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  23. jeff montanye says:

    look at the little bubble that says post comment. when it changes to posting comment stop clicking on it.

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  24. Tornarosa says:

    One of the most startlinsg thing (other than the strange purple stuff coming out of the tube in front of his ear) was the loud Crack! noise very obvious in the video shot from the other side of the street. The police echelon stops and everyone looks where he fell.
    1) Mr Gugino can be seen to execute a perfect PLF, or Parachute Landing Fall, to distribute weight to buttocks, back and shoulders, then presumably head. I have had the distinct horror of watching someone fall unconscious and hitting their head on concrete. It makes a dull thud. I have also dropped a motorcycle helmet on concrete, and that is exactly the sound I heard when he fell. Very characteristic sharp noise, not made by his head hitting the concrete unless heavy helmets float to the ground like feathers.

    2) The amount of red stuff on the ground, presumed to be blood. Looks horrible, and if real would signify a catastrophic brain hemorrhage such as a gunshot to the head, or possibly a blow so hard that it has fractured the Petrus Bone, behind the ear, so called because it is hard as a rock. I know someone hit byk an AK-47 round through his helmet and it glaned off this bone. We kidded him about being certifiably hard headed. Blood doesn’t gush out of your ear like a faucet. The middle ear is hollow with fragile little bones in it. The blood vessels in the ear drum are very tiny. If the blood is real, he is already dead or about to die. So whats with the pics of him sitting up talking on the cell phone before getting in the ambulance. What? No paramedics starting IV’s and checking viitals? No emergency surgery to evacuate the blood from the cranium?

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    • BigAlSouth says:

      Excellent points. I would just add that the bleeding stopped almost as soon as it started.

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    • nimrodman says:

      Wouldn’t bleeding profusely (enough to create a stream) from the ear indicate a burst eardrum?

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      • Avalanche says:

        No. You cannot ‘bleed profusely” from an eardrum: there’s not enough blood supply to the area; the eardrum is a barely ‘served’ (by blood vessels) film closing the ear canal; and that profuse flood of blood is flat-out NOT possible caused by a strike (on cement) by the back of the head! CANNOT happen.

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        • nimrodman says:

          thanks, I understand what you wrote, but you’re coming at my question from a different direction than I intended

          let me rephrase:

          If that much blood is coming out of his ear, perhaps he struck his head hard enough to cause bleeding in the brain … in his skull

          Wouldn’t his eardrum have to had burst to let that blood out the ear?

          The other possibility of course is that it’s fake blood from tubing, like some have posted

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          • nimrodman says:

            … anyway, even beyond the eardrum there are additional membranes, I’d think, the inner ear and maybe others

            It’s not like we have an open passage to the interior of our skull and brain, right?

            anatomists – sound off?

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    • Missy says:

      Note the positioning of the cell phone in his hand after he fell (pay no attention to the crossed legs, either, LOL)… The phone is turned face up, not natural, and I saw a short video showing making sure it was turned up to record. He was continuing to record this.

      The face of the phone would naturally be turned to the side or down, not up. This was all calculated.

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  25. Sigh2016 says:

    @Sundance…Just saw on One American News reporter Christian Rose make a reference to this site (CTH) in the story on the Buffalo Police story in their news coverage. Thought you might like to know.

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  26. Denise C Brenner says:

    Thank you for writing this article. The mainstream press is ignoring the facts and just posting their agenda to make our Buffalo Police look bad. Our BPD are some of the best! So are the suburb police surrounding the city.

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  27. Andy1 says:

    It’s amazing how many people, especially in the liberal media, apply their personal feelings in judging these use of force cases, instead of the law. Do they realize that there are specific state laws that allow an officer to use force. Trace Gallagher, for example, what an idiot. NY Penal Code, for example, states that the use of force by an officer is justifiable “in the reasonable exercise of his official powers, duties, or functions….” Throughout the entire country, there’s a rush to judgment based on personal feelings. If the video make them cry or feel terrible, right away the officer is guilty. It won’t be decided that way. In the end, it will be decided by the law and by due process. Of course, due process will require a fair trial and an unbiased jury, and I’m not sure given the hanging mentality of the country that either of those guaranties can be attained. I’m really worried for the officers. They still may face mob justice, in disregard of the law.

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  28. June says:

    Those 2 police officers deserve a raise

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  29. Silly old man shoulda been wearing his helmet instead of carrying it around like a purse. Commies are dumbasses, they should be easy to whoop when it starts.

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  30. ziegler von strahn says:

    Looks like POTUS read this thread, or at least you are being pointed at for outting the truth.

    Gratz!

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  31. ziegler von strahn says:

    See this video…it has another angle of this guy falling. Now seeing it….that fall was staged too, and notice when he is lying unconscious and bleeding on the ground… he crossed his legs. Has anyone…ever…even in fake wrasslin’ …. cross their legs at full extension? ….

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  32. AJ says:

    I saw his Twitter before it was removed. He hated Trump, Joe Biden, police, you name it. He was and is a communist aggitator and anarchist, don’t be fooled by the old man narrative. Communists will use tactics like the old, the young, female, whatever because the ends justify the means. This would push the narrative, this would make the police look bad. I bet that the Feds have this man’s Twitter feed and know EXACTLY who he is and what they are dealing with! WAKE UP! This is WAR on America!!! If we don’t have law and order, we don’t have a country!!!!! God bless America and help all her citizens to see the REAL TRUTH!

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  33. Jim says:

    Twitter page taken down.. Onve again a cover up.

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  34. Sonia says:

    The recording of an online conference call held by the Chicago mayor’s office to brief all 50 aldermen on the city’s response to the unrest is now online. It reveals the rioters and looters took over the city police radios, and broadcast false reports to divert police to wrong locations. Loud music was also broadcast to drown out legitimate police messages.

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  35. Ann says:

    Interesting that the man is not wearing any mask before he approaches the police but has 2 masks on when he approaches and again no mask when he’s talking on his cellphone on the ambulance stretcher afterwards. Also, the sound that is heard when he falls sounds like the sound of the helmet he’s holding hitting the ground, not his ‘skull cracking’ open as I’ve seen written in the articles. If his skull cracked open and he had some kind of internal bleeding coming out from his ear, would he really be able to be talking on his cell phone afterwards on the ambulance stretcher?

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  36. Rock says:

    Jury trial all will not convict….

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    • Rock says:

      Why has the not been provocateur be charged? I saw and a assault on a police officer. The slight push along by the police was not and assault. The provocateur stumbles three times before he loose or deliberately falls. There was no intent or malice on the part of the officers. There was intent on the provocateur and possibly a conspiracy of assault on a police officer.

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  37. Guaca Mole says:

    the msm wasn’t intwrested in obozo’s friend William Ayers either

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  38. Guaca Mole says:

    the msm wasn’t intwrested in obozo’s friend William Ayers either

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  39. Guaca Mole says:

    the msm wasn’t intwrested in obozo’s friend William Ayers either

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  40. Guaca Mole says:

    the msm wasn’t intwrested in obozo’s friend William Ayers either

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  41. Guaca Mole says:

    the msm wasn’t intwrested in obozo’s friend William Ayers either

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  42. chacha says:

    Now that the good people of Buffalo know who this troublemaker is and where he lives, it would be a real shame if people started showing up in front of his house and protesting against HIM!
    Peacefully, of course!

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  43. Mongo says:

    The bureaucrats want to be bullied by pansifa to so they can turtle and apologize and show how woke they are.
    They invite it.

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  44. I don’t know if he is Antifa or was trying to scan anything but the cameraman in the blue shirt that took the fatal video appears to be the same one he is seen talking to in the above photo. Only the video from the opposite side shows the cameraman. Make of that what you will. Either way, this is a travesty. I don’t believe the police meant to hurt him and I pray he is ok.

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  45. Dude has all the markings of a domestic terrorist, IMO.

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  46. Jenny Smith says:

    Who in their right mind approaches police officers in gear? Unless they are up to no good!

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  47. Rockitz says:

    Three days later NBC’s Lester Holt leads with “Trump’s Baseless Tweet” regarding this story. As is typical NBC has done ZERO research on this story, unlike Conservative Treehouse. God bless sundance for providing truth on a daily basis.

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  48. Feet2Fire says:

    I knew immediately the night that video first aired that the activist was up to no good. I played and replayed the video half a dozen times, so I could see what he was doing when he “jabbed” some black object at the officers. I figured it was a cell phone or camera. (Did not know about those scanner things.) He held onto it as he fell down and finally let it slip from his right fingers as his injury overtook him.

    I also knew that the media would never be fair and provide details about what led up to the “shove” of the guy by the cops. Am glad his fellow cops walked out en masse with him, but hope neither cop has to “pay” for what was instigated by the activist and his own dang fault!

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  49. It’s been reporter by people there Gugino had been trying to agitate and harass people as if he was trying to get them to punch him or do something to him. He is a known agitator for Antifa. He is known to have agitated on the burning property and looting. He uses his age to get away with it. He must not have been too hurt. He was standing outside the courthouse. When asked why he was there he said for fun. He was trying to agitate again. I stand in solidarity with the 57 police officers that resigned.

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  50. Jean Gremillion says:

    I thought this video was about Police brutality when, in fact, Gugino was trying to agitate the cops. I now feel sorry for the cops! They should have kicked the bastard in the nuts!

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