The Alameda County District Attorney filed a felony charge against Kyle Chapman yesterday for possession of a leaded stick. The charges stem from a melee between Trump supporters and anti-fascists in Berkeley on March 4. Chapman was seen carrying a long baton into several fights and was filmed cracking the weapon over the heads of a masked antifa and other counter-demonstrators.
Berkeley police arrested Chapman on March 4 for suspicion of felony assault. He was also arrested in Berkeley on April 10 after another fight.
If convicted, Chapman would be ineligible for probation and would have to serve time in state prison, as opposed to a jail sentence, due to his prior convictions.
According to charging documents on file in Alameda County State Superior Court, Chapman was arrested and convicted of felony grand theft in San Diego County in 2001 and received a prison term. He was also convicted of felony robbery in Travis County, Texas in 1993 and served a term in state prison. Alameda prosecutors are therefore charging Chapman under sections 1170.12(c)(1) and 667(e)(1) of the penal code.
Alt-right hero Kyle Chapman, father to a Half Asian boy, continues his career as a full time criminal for the cause of making his Asian son a second class citizen. White supremacists who hate Hapas have said “even Hapas deserve better than this”, and that Chapman “would not be doing this is his son was white.”