DC prosecutors drop charges against BLM rioter accused of beating cop on camera while trying to get to Rand Paul and his wife

No penalties for committing left-wing violence in DC

Washington DC continues to be a haven for those who engage in politically motivated, violent left-wing violence.

On August 28, 2020, at 12:30 AM, BLM radicals rioted in Washington DC and tried to attack Senator Rand Paul and his wife, Kelley Paul. The couple was leaving an event at the White House.

Brennen Sermon, 27, of Orlando, Florida, was arrested and charged with assaulting a Washington DC police officer. The affidavit says Sermon punched an officer in the face. The officer suffered a laceration and severe swelling. He required stitches.

The victim’s body camera captured the assault.

Sermon was immediately release from custody without being required to post any bail.

The charges have now been dropped.

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