The protester identified himself as 29-year-old Joshua Stuart Cobin from Scotsdale, AZ, who works at Go Daddy. DailyWire
The man seen in the 3TV/CBS 5 video getting hit with a non-lethal round after kicking a gas canister at officers was booked into jail Thursday night on four criminal charges, Phoenix police announced.
Joshua Stuart Cobin, 29, from Scottsdale, was booked on three felony counts of aggravated assault on police and one misdemeanor count of unlawful assembly.
Cobin identified himself as the man seen on a now-viral video kicking a can of tear gas back at police officers during Tuesday night’s protests of President Donald Trump. Seconds later, an officer hit Cobin with a non-lethal gas round in the pelvic area, dropping him to the ground.
Another man in a Colin Kaepernick jersey helped Cobin out of the line of fire. Cobin defended his actions in an interview Wednesday. AZFamily
The guy who comes to help the Antifa anarchist is wearing a Colin Kaepernick jersey.
Turns out it was a bean bag he was hit with.
Phoenix Trump Protester Ignores Police Orders, Gets Shot By Pepper Ball Before Being Escorted Away By Personpic.twitter.com/gFKq1Yxqnr
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