A white “Black Lives Matter” protester says that he lost his testicle after LA police shot him with a rubber bullet.

Bradley Steyn is a South African living in LA, who claims police “maimed” him while he was put “protesting” the George Floyd killing back on May 30th.

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And you guessed it….he’s now going to sue.

From TMZ

He claims he witnessed police brutality, then became a victim himself when cops allegedly used batons to beat him in the chest … before shooting him with rubber bullets at point-blank range.

Bradley claims he was hit in the inner thigh and genitals and has since suffered horrific pain and the loss of a testicle.
His attorney, Lisa Bloom, will hold a press conference with him in front of LAPD headquarters Thursday, where Bradley will speak on “the impact his beating and shooting has had on his life and family.”

Bloom and Bradley will also reveal details of the legal action they are taking against the police department and call for specific reforms. Bloom says, “Police brutality is our national shame.”

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Mr. Steyn took a photo of his injury. It looks very painful. Perhaps he shouldn’t be involved in riots – that might help him avoid injury in the future.

I also can’t help but notice that Mr. Steyn has that unkempt “Marxist/professor” look that we’ve all to come to know and loathe.

Mr. Steyn was also a professional “protester” in South Africa as well.

Of course, protesting in the United States is far more lucrative. You can lose a testicle in a riot, and then turn around and sue the city and become a multi-millionaire overnight.

Pretty sweet deal if you don’t care about losing your balls.

 

This piece was written by Missy Crane on June 27, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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