BLM Protesters Show Up to Army Sergeant's Home


Another viral video of a black man being mistreated has went viral after Army sergeant Jonathan Pentland confronted the man walking through a neighborhood.

The commanding officer of Fort Jackson, S.C., Milford Beagle Jr., too to Twitter to say "Lots of thoughts, opinions and perspectives out there about our unsettling and disturbing incident. My focus and our teams focus going forward is to do the right thing right away."

Pentland was arrested Wednesday and charged with third-degree assault, but was no longer in custody as of Thursday morning.

BLM protestors were seen outside of his home, yelling for him to come out.

Richland's County Sheriff Department did tweet out the family had been removed and located to a different location after the home was vandalized. The neighborhood is also being closed off except to residents.

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