Maryland cyclist arrested for assaulting teenagers publishing racial justice pamphlets on the track

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A Maryland cyclist suspected of attacking a group of teenagers while installing signs asking for justice for George Floyd was arrested on Friday, Maryland police said.

Anthony Brennan III, 60, of Kensington, Maryland, with three counts of second degree aggression. The assaults took place on Monday June 1, 2020.Maryland-National Capital Park Police

Anthony Brennan III, 60, of Kensington, Maryland, was reserved for allegations of second degree assault in the Monday attack, which was videotaped and posted on social media.

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One of the victims, described as a man, was pushed by the suspect, who used his bicycle, the Montgomery County division said in a statement. Two other teenagers, described as women, were also listed as victims of the attack in Bethesda.

The trio put up flyers that said, “A MAN WAS LYNCHED BY THE POLICE. WHAT ARE YOU DOING ABOUT? “

The video shows the man approaching the teenager with his bike and the teenager can be heard screaming “What ?, Hey, what is this asshole?” before it’s thrown to the ground and the camera turns off.

The teenager told NBC News that a man “tore off the posters and the tape before finally throwing his bike on me and trying to stand on the ground with it.” “

The video shows the man approaching the teenager with his bike and the teenager can be heard screaming “What ?, Hey, what is this asshole?” before it’s thrown to the ground and the camera turns off.

The group filed a report with police and the Montgomery County division of the park police released a statement on Twitter urging anyone with information to come forward and help them identify the suspect.

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