Following the fatal police shooting of an armed black man in Nebraska on Thursday, Black Lives Matter activists harassed and assaulted a small group of pro-police demonstrators in downtown Omaha, Neb. viral videos show.
On Sunday night, outside the Omaha Police Department headquarters, 19-year-old Kelsey McDonald was surrounded by masked protesters dressed in black who hurled expletives and insults at her. “You’re f—king racist,” one man shouted. She held a sign that read, “I [heart] OPD.”
“Supporting law enforcement has nothing to do with race and everything to do with protecting law-abiding citizens,” McDonald told The Post Millennial shortly after the incident.
McDonald wasn’t the only pro-police protester confronted by angry BLM militants. One woman robbed Jacob McNeill, 22, of his mobile phone.
“I think she wanted to fight. I don't hit women,” McNeill tweeted.
Viral videos recorded at the scene show the mob following McDonald after she attempted to back away from the crowd. Police can be seen on camera arriving to safely escort the victims away from the scene.
Two individuals were arrested at the declared riot. 35-year-old Rosalyn Mizzel-Fuller, of Omaha, was cited for disorderly conduct and destruction of property. 32-year-old Tia White, of Omaha, was cited for disorderly conduct and two counts of misdemeanor assault.
Anti-police protests have erupted in Omaha after the police-involved fatal shooting of 35-year-old Kenneth Jones. Police say Jones, who is black, was armed with a pistol and refused to obey lawful orders at a traffic stop.
Law enforcement found a loaded Springfield Armory .45-caliber handgun with a round in the chamber on the ground beneath his body.
Officials have not yet released the two body camera videos and the dashcam from the patrol vehicle.
Jones is a convicted felon who served time in prison in 2018 for illegal possession of a deadly weapon.
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