Video: Marine Veteran Speaks About Attack by 'Black Lives Matter' Teen

Video: Marine Veteran Speaks About Attack by 'Black Lives Matter' Teens

February 23, 2016

Video: Marine Veteran Speaks About Attack by 'Black Lives Matter' Teens

Decorated Marine veteran speaks out about being attacked by 'Black Lives Matter' teens outside a Washington D.C. McDonald's. In the following video, Marine war hero Christopher Marquez spoke to Fox News from the hospital where he was being treated.

Marquez, who received a Bronze Star for valor for heroic actions in the Iraq war, shared his account of what happened the night he was attacked.

For those of you who are new to this story, Christopher Marquez was eating in a McDonald's when a group of teens began to verbally harass the Marine veteran. According to reports, the teens surrounded his table and began asking him: ‘Do you believe black lives matter?’

When Marquez ignored the teens, they then began shouting at him calling the veteran a racist. Surveillance video shows that after leaving the restaurant, Marquez sustained a blow to the back of his head, which knocked him unconscious. At that point the teens continued to assault him and also robbed Marquez.

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