Antifa Leader Learns the Hard Way Not to Mess With Marines
Investigators say that a group of men and women maced, punched, kicked, and robbed the reservists near Front and Chestnut streets on Saturday, November 17th, around 3:20 p.m., just down the street from the controversial “We the People” rally. The group allegedly called the reservists “Nazis” and “white supremacists.”
Police released a video last week that showed three of the suspects, explaining that the video had been recorded near the rally earlier that day:
According to police, Keenan, a 33-year-old Mount Airy resident, turned himself last week.
He has been charged with two counts each of criminal conspiracy, aggravated assault, terroristic threats, simple assault, and reckless endangerment. Keenan, who was not charged with robbery, was released on bail and is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on December 6th.
A spokesperson for the Philadelphia Police says the department continues to investigate other suspects.