Footage reveals a heckler yelling “womp womp” at a pro-immigrant rally in Huntsville, Alabama on Saturday. In response to police, issues escalated after he received right into a confrontation with another person, and pulled out a gun.
You’ll be able to see elements of the rally within the footage beneath.
The person, recognized by police as 34-year-old Shane Ryan Sealy, might be seen strolling forwards and backwards across the audio system on the “Households Belong Collectively” rally. The rally was towards the Trump’s administration’s “zero tolerance” coverage towards unlawful border crossings, which resulted within the separation of defendants from their kids.
“Womp! Womp!” mentioned the person, who was holding up an indication. “Womp! Womp!”
He additionally sang the hook to Vanilla Ice‘s track “Ice Ice child,” as a reverend labored by way of her prayer regardless of the person’s mocking.
It’s value mentioning that former Trump marketing campaign supervisor Corey Lewandowski went “womp womp” throughout a June 19 look on Fox Information, in response to a narrative about an undocumented immigrant youngster with down syndrome who was taken from her mom. Additionally, ICE is the acronym for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the federal company that arrests alleged undocumented immigrants.
In any case, issues reportedly grew heated on the protest. The heckler was accused of beginning a confrontation with a protester, and pushing the particular person, Huntsville police Lt. Michael Johnson instructed AL.com. The protester pushed again, and knocked the heckler to the bottom, police mentioned. That’s after they mentioned the heckler (allegedly Sealy) pulled out the firearm.
Sealy was charged with menacing and reckless endangerment. Madison County jail information obtained by Regulation&Crime present that he was launched from custody Saturday night time. He couldn’t be reached for remark.
Out there video doesn’t present an in depth up of the confrontation, however footage beneath reveals individuals responding to what was mentioned to be a person with a gun.
Huntsville Metropolis Faculties spokesperson Keith Ward instructed WHNT in a Saturday report that Sealy taught at native Grissom Excessive Faculty for round eight weeks in 2016.
Notice: Up to date with details about Sealy being launched from custody Saturday night time.
[Screengrab via James Robinson on YouTube]