Lucian Wintrich arrested for breaching peace after trying to recover his stolen notes

Written & published November 29, 2017 by bookingbytes.com
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Wintrich's notes stolen
A woman steals Wintrich's notes from the podium right in front of him (photo credit: WFSB).

STORRS, CT — Conservative speaker and White House correspondent Lucian Wintrich was arrested at a speech he was giving to students at the University of Connecticut yesterday.

Lucian Wintrich's mug shot
With the room full of protesters, Wintrich was heckled nonstop during his speech.

The 29-year-old journalist was trying to give a speech titled "It's OK to Be White" but the crowd kept interrupting him, chanting "Go home Nazi!" and "Black Lives Matter!"

When a man in a green jacket approached Wintrich up close to distract him, a woman also stepped in and took his notes from the podium and stormed back into the crowd. Wintrich followed and grabbed her in an attempt to retrieve his notes. Erupting with screams, the crowd became even more agitated.

Wintrich was arrested by campus police at the scene and taken to jail, charged with "breaching the peace" while the woman who stole his notes suffered no legal ramnifications for her actions whatsoever.

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