Prosecutor accused California driver of intention to kill Trump supporters
The BLM leader in Southern California is accused of attempting to kill a large number of counter-protesters. During the anti-police march, Tatiana Turner drove into a crowd of people with American flags and symbols in support of Donald Trump.
The incident happened on Orange County Saturday. 40-year-old drove into a crowd of counter-protestors with “the intent to kill,” according to the wire service. As a result of the collision, one man sustained serious injuries, including a broken leg.
The LAPD is are aware of an incident in Hollywood involving several vehicles and a large group of protestors. Here is the information we can verify at this time. pic.twitter.com/ttqpnziVo8— LAPD HQ (@LAPDHQ) September 25, 2020
“She positioned her vehicle to be used as a backup weapon and she used that vehicle as a deadly weapon, willing to injure and kill those who stood in her way,” District Attorney Todd Spitzer said in a statement to the AP.
Turner denies guilt entirely. Taking into account all the circumstances of the case, the District Court set the bond at $ 1 million.