RAIR Foundation USA reported that Martin Gugino, who approached Buffalo riot police and got shoved during a Black Lives Matter protest that was turning violent, deleted his social media accounts after being exposed as a radical left activist. One of the commenters on that article claimed that Gugino “was asked to leave multiple times by police as it was after curfew,” had a “camera crew” and further claimed to have an image of Gugino on the phone in the ambulance in the wake of the incident.
“Robin” claimed to be a resident of Buffalo who had some inside information on the circumstances surrounding the incident that has caused widespread media outrage. Robin stated that Gugino had the helmet with him the whole time and was not “returning” it as has been widely reported, had a “camera crew” and claimed to be in possession of an image revealing that Gugino was on the phone after the incident.
The “camera crew” allegation was notable because last month, protesters in Virginia claimed that a “film crew” accompanied alleged healthcare professionals trying to shame Americans who wanted to go back to work.
Where are those “doctors” and “nurses” now, by the way?
RAIR would not have reported on this comment had not an image surface that gives Robin’s comments more credibility.
If someone was deliberately filming Gugino, this author has some questions. Who took the video? Why did the camera operator keep the video trained on police instead of capturing the impact? Was there footage of Gugino at the ambulance?
Watch the video with this in mind:
“I live in Buffalo & had been saying this [that Gugino is a radical activist] since the eve it happened,” “Robin” wrote in a comment on RAIR’s article. “Thank you for helping our local community get this info out.”
“The man travels the country as his hobby attempting these things. He even brought his own camera crew that evening. He was asked to leave multiple times by police as it was after curfew. He not only didn’t, he brought that helmet with him not returning one as media stated. He went intentionally into a restricted area after being warned to do his show. I have a photo of him in the ambulance on his phone after the incident being said to be severe head trauma again by the media. The community is standing by these officers.”
If true, it gives credence to the notion that this was a staged event, designed to promote hatred against police officers. RAIR has reached out to Robin and this story will be updated if further information is obtained. In the meantime, please sign (and share) RAIR’s petition demanding that charges be dropped against the Buffalo police officers.