HELL FROZE OVER: ‘Jewish Batman’ saved KKK members at a White Supremacist rally…you know the ones where they hate Jews
Brian Levin is credited with saving three Ku Klux Klan members at Saturday’s violent rally in Anaheim.
By Gil Ronen
Brian Levin, a Jewish academician and activist, is being credited with saving three Ku Klux Klan members from severe injury at a rally Saturday in Anaheim, California, when the event turned into an extremely violent confrontation between Klansmen and counter-protesters.
Klansmen stabbed three of the counter-protesters but the police have placed most of the blame for what happened on the counter-protesters. Sgt. Daron Wyatt, a police spokesman, said: “The totality of the evidence, including videos, still pictures, and interviews, paints a pretty clear picture as to who the aggressors were,” he said. “It does appear to be self-defense and defense of another.”
Seven counter-protesters were arrested, three of them on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.
Five Klan members were also arrested, but police released them after viewing video taken at the scene.
Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino, was videotaping the KKK rally, when he saw that the KKK men were being attacked by counter-protesters armed with wooden posts.
He jumped in to defend them.
“[The counter-protesters] were so angry, they would have torn these folks limb from limb,” Levin told The Associated Press. “I was afraid for their lives.”
A white supremacist site jeeringly called him “The Jewish Batman.”
According to Newsweek, police said the counter-protesters showed up early at the rally with “the intent of perpetrating
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