A Minnesota rally in support of Donald Trump turned violent and chaotic in March 2016. As many as 125 counter-protesters charged the rally at the state capitol, hurling smoke bombs, punching people, spraying pepper spray into Trump supporters’ faces and blasting fireworks.
Anarchists were the most violent. A small group of counter protesters wore all-black clothing, hiding their faces with bandanas and goggles, police said.
Linwood “Woody” Kaine, a son of U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA), who at the time was the running mate of Hillary Clinton, was there — somewhere. The Pioneer Press in Minnesota reported exactly what happened.
Frazer grabbed Kaine by the arm, but the young man “began to spin out of his clothing to get away,” the court document continued. Other officers arrived and Kaine “was swinging his arms and pushing at Sr. Cmdr. Frazer in an attempt to get away,” the complaint said. Police said in March that they had to use a “knee strike” and a chemical spray to arrest Kaine.
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