Family Flees Home After Black Lives Matter Activists Gather In Front Of Army Drill Sergeant “charged with third-degree assault and battery” For Cursing At And Shoving Black Man In Front of His Home Also Being Investigated By The DOJ And U.S. Army

BLM protesters rally outside home of Jonathan Pentland after viral video

By Lee Brown April 15, 2021

Dozens of Black Lives Matter protesters rallied outside the South Carolina home of a soldier charged with assaulting a black man in a now-viral video.

Videos showed a large group holding BLM signs and shouting through a megaphone Wednesday as they stood in the street outside 42-year-old drill sergeant Jonathan Pentland’s home just outside Columbia.


Who is Sergeant Jonathan Pentland?

Army Launches Jonathan Pentland Investigation Over Video, Urges Patience

Pentland, 42, a white Army sergeant stationed at Fort Jackson, has been charged with third-degree assault after he was filmed shoving a Black man in a South Carolina neighborhood.

Family removed after violent protesters vandalize home of Army drill sergeant

Jonathan Pentland’s home vandalized, family moved after army sergeant

Jonathan Pentland, Army sergeant in South Carolina …

1 day ago – The Justice Department is investigating, military officials said, and Army leaders and staff are working with authorities. Calling the widely circulated video “our most valuable piece of …

Charges lodged against Jonathan Pentland, White Army …

Jonathan Pentland, 42, was charged Wednesday and listed as detained in the Richland County jail and issued a personal recognizance bond, according to online jail records.

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