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Alex Jones’ JFK Protest 'Attacked' By ‘Rampaging’ Police (Video)

Alex Jones says police attacked protestors during a “peaceful” march against what he believes is a massive government cover up surrounding President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in Dallas on Friday.

Jones said Sheriff’s police officers punched him in the ribs while cameras were turned so there would be no proof. The protest was broadcast live on InfoWars. Multiple videos shot of the event show police shoving protestors, but no punches were thrown.

“One of them punched me, from about six inches away, looking that there were no cameras — pow, hoping I’d do something. But it was into my rib, it wasn’t that bad. … It did take me off guard and then [mimes being hit] ‘Boom! Boom! Boom! Boom!’ and we’re like, ‘Woah, let us go!’”

Dallas police were reportedly friendly, until Sheriff’s officers showed up, removed barricades, and began pushing the activists back.

Protestors called the officers “Nazis” and chanted “Shame on you!”

Jones "immediately vowed to file lawsuits against both Dallas authorities and individual police officers who took part in the assault," InfoWars reported.

Sources: MediaiteDaily Paul


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