Antifa members given no jail time over violent 'hate crime' attack on 2 Hispanic US Marines

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The Antifa members that violently mobbed two Hispanic US Marines in an unprovoked hate crime attack in Philadelphia in Nov. of 2018, were given light sentences on Thursday that will not require them to serve jail time, court documents show.

US Marine Corps reservists Alejandro Godinez and Luis Torres were touring historical landmarks in Philadelphia on Nov. 17, 2018, when they were attacked by suspects Thomas Massey and Tom Keenan near the controversial “We the People” rally in Old City. The Marines testified that they had no knowledge of the rally and were in town with their helicopter unit to attend a Marine Ball later that evening.

According to court documents, suspect Tom Keenan approached the duo with ten other Antifa members and asked the Marines if they were “Proud,” referring to the Proud Boys. Not knowing what that question meant, Torres replied, “We are Marines.” They were then mobbed by Antifa and were called “nazi’s” and “white supremacists” while they were maced, punched, and kicked by the group.

Godinez testified that during the attack, he yelled out “I’m not a white supremacist, I’m Mexican,” in which the group then started using racial slurs towards Godinez and Torres like “spic” and “wetback,” court documents show.

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