BLM Rioter Opens Fire on Utah Motorist Who Refuses to Stop For Mob’s Roadblock
Footage emerged Monday night of a Black Lives Matter rioter opening fire upon a motorist who refused to stop for a roadblock the mob of rioters had set up in Provo, Utah, inching through an intersection as a group of rioters attempted to detain him.
The mask-clad man was caught on camera firing at the window of the motorist’s SUV at least twice.
A close-up shows a rioter clearly holding a semiautomatic pistol, which can be heard firing at the man’s white SUV at least twice.
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The pistol is quite clearly pointed at the vehicle’s driver, potentially creating a basis for attempted murder charges against the violent criminal who opened fire. The earlier footage shows little to no real risk to the rioters as the driver inched through their illegal roadblock, and they could’ve easily just stood aside as the man drove on his way.
The incident has several similarities to an earlier Black Lives Matter shooting in Amalosa, Colorado, in which an attorney named James Marshall shot a disabled veteran in the head. Marshall would later be charged with attempted murder, although remarkably the BLM protestor, who is caught on camera shooting at Danny Pruitt, has been freed on bail.
BLM and ANTIFA’s classic “protest” technique of blocking public roads and intersections consistently leads to violence- on the part of the fanatic leftists- but cities and municipalities continue to allow the political terrorists to carry out the dangerous checkpoint operation.
No arrests have been made in the Provo shooting as of Tuesday morning.