A shaggy, bespectacled male was caught on video kicking a female pro-life advocate during a silent protest on a Toronto street corner before running away when authorities were contacted, the victim wrote in an account for LifeSite.
Marie-Claire Bissonnette, a youth coordinator for Campaign Life Coalition in Toronto, said her attacker appeared to be in his late 20s and that she began recording him on her cellphone after he committed acts of vandalism to other pro-life advocates during Sunday’s incident.
Bissonnette noted that a pro-abortion woman “peacefully” stood among the pro-life protesters holding a sign that read, “My body, my choice, my right.”
And then our hero emerged — decked out in a purple hoodie and what appeared to be a pentagram necklace.
First he took out two markers and defaced two pro-life signs, Bissonnette said. But after she warned her allies to shield their signs, he ran up behind five pro-life protesters — including a 10-year-old girl — and scribbled on their backs, ruining their clothing, she added.
Bissonnette said she then started recording and telling him he was committing destruction of private property. He replied by asking if a 16-year-old girl who gets pregnant after being raped should keep her baby, she said, adding that she tried to explain that her baby should be treated no differently than a 3-year-old child who may have been conceived by rape.
Update: A Protester Revealed that Jordan Hunt Attacked Her Earlier this Summer
Earlier this summer, he almost pushed a woman in front of a truck.
Earlier this week, a man name Jordan Hunt became known in Toronto after a shocking video of him went viral. In the video, Jordan was caught roundhouse kicking a protestor at an anti-abortion rally in Toronto, knocking her phone out of her hands and injuring her.
Jordan is also now under investigation by police who were called to the rally after the kicking incident occurred.
But now, the pro-life organization behind the rally has released another video, saying that Jordan Hunt had also attacked one of their staff members at another protest earlier this summer.
In the video, a man, identified as Jordan by the organization’s staff, is seen running at a pro-life protestor and nearly pushing her in front of on-coming traffic. As the video continues, other protestors tell him he can’t get physical like that and he says he was just trying to destroy their signs.
Jordan has spoken out about the videos on his Twitter as well. In a tweet, he says he “will not apologize for defending a woman’s right to choose.” In the responses, he also goes on to say that he will never apologize to the woman he kicked, although in more harsh language, and also that he is a hero.
People have responded to the tweet from both sides of the issue, but an emerging theme is that, regardless of what side you’re on, it is still illegal to assault or kick people.