According to University of California Police Department(UCPD), Zachary Greenberg was arrested on Friday after punishing a conservative activist on campus of UC Berkeley last week.
Zachary Greenberg, 28,was arrested by UCPD for punishing an employee of the nonprofit Leadership Institute called Hayden Williams recruited for Turning Point USA occurred Feb. 19.
LEFTIST VIOLENCE ON CAMPUS While recruiting for our @TPUSA group at UC Berkeley a leftist thug comes & assaults our activists punching him in the face & hitting him repeatedly Imagine if the attacker was wearing MAGA hat, would be national news! This is the violent left! RT! https://t.co/7RjbCPUcDf
According to University of California Police Department (UCPD), case #19-00455 states that violent crime occurred on February 19th, 2019 on Sproul Plaza by a suspect who is not a student at, or affiliate of University.
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UPDATE: The University of California Police Department (UCPD) has identified a potential suspect in the violent crime that occurred on February 19th, 2019 on the Sproul Plaza (UCPD case …
“I am comfortable with the cautious approach we took to both stories, although I agree that the shorthand ‘allegedly’ doesn’t provide sufficient nuance in many cases. By saying Smollett’s attackers were ‘allegedly’ praising President Trump, the reporter was trying to avoid characterizing the individuals or ascribing motive as a matter of fact. As for the Berkeley story, we’ve seen examples — such as the Covington High School story — where a video clip appeared to tell one story that was contradicted by fuller video or later information. Especially in a headline, it was appropriate to be cautious. Newsweek’s editorial guidelines urge reporters to be conscious of any assumptions they may be conveying in their stories”, the editor in chief of Newsweek, Nancy Cooper told dailycaller.
The Difference Between Newsweek’s Reporting Of Smollett Hoax Vs. Conservative Activist Attacked On Video
Newsweek’s initial coverage of the Jussie Smollett hate crime hoax and the alleged assault that took place Tuesday on UC Berkeley’s campus drew skepticism Friday from many, though Newsweek defends its reporting as appropriately “cautious.” Smollett alleged that two supporters of President Donald Trump assaulted him and poured a bleach-like substance on him while shouting racist and homophobic slurs last month.
Hayden Williams told Campus Reform that he was grateful to UCBPD for its determination to identify & arrest the suspect. However, Hayden still feel disappointed for the level of violence spread on the campus.
“I am grateful to the University of California Berkeley Police Department for its dedication to identifying and arresting the man who attacked me. But while this is a moment for celebration, I remain disappointed by the UC Berkeley Administration, which allowed a culture of intolerance and violence toward conservatives to grow. I hope UC Berkeley’s leadership will seize on this moment-in-time to take deliberate steps to establish a zero tolerance policy when it comes to violence, and restore Berkeley’s legacy as ‘Home of the Free Speech Movement”
Celine Ryan and Jon StreetNew Hampshire Senior Campus Correspondent @celinedryan UC-Berkeley said Friday that it has arrested the suspect in the recent violent attack against a conservative on campus. The school identified the suspect as Zachary Greenberg. This is the first time that UC-Berkeley has publicly named the suspect who on Feb.
“UCPD will formally present the case to the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office for consideration of the filing of criminal charges. Once the matter is presented and reviewed by the District Attorney’s Office, additional information will be made available regarding a charging decision”, Berkeleyside reported depending on statement of UCPD.
Campus police have announced an arrest in the felony assault case involving a man caught on video punching another man on the UC Berkeley campus last week. The University of California Police Department announced the arrest by email at 2:10 p.m. Friday. Police said UCPD arrested Zachary Greenberg on a warrant involving a Feb.