North Carolina Deputies Suspended for 'Failures to Act' During Trump Rally Violence - TIME

The Cumberland County Sheriff office announced Wednesday that the five deputies would be suspended without pay after a video showed their "failures to act" while a Trump supporter assaulted an anti-Trump protester on March 9, according to the ...

Five Cops Disciplined For Trump Rally - Daily Beast

The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office in North Carolina announced that five of their deputies have been disciplined for failing to adequately respond to a recent assault at a Donald Trump rally. 26-year-old anti-Trump protester Rakeem Jones was hit in ...

North Carolina Sheriff: Donald Trump Won't Face 'Inciting a Riot' Charges - Variety

UPDATED: A sheriff in North Carolina will not file charges against Donald Trump, concluding that the evidence does not “meet the requisites of the law” to support a conviction for inciting a riot. Earlier on Monday, the Cumberland County Sheriff's ...

Police investigating to see if Trump 'incited riot' - Press TV

Authorities in North Carolina are trying to find out whether Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has incited a riot at one of his rallies in Fayetteville. The decision by the authorities comes after a black protester was punched in the face by ...

'Inciting a riot' charge against Trump possible after NC rally assault - The Union Leader

RALEIGH, N.C. — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump might face criminal charges of inciting a riot at his Fayetteville rally, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff's Department. Ronnie Mitchell, an attorney for the department, said in ...

Donald Trump briefly threatened with criminal charges over punch at rally - The Guardian

Donald Trump briefly faced the threat of criminal charges on Monday night, as efforts grew across the political spectrum to check his increasingly violent rise on the eve of key US primary elections. Police in North Carolina were reportedly ...

Reports: Trump won't face charges after supporter punches protester - Chron.com

Donald Trump won't face charges in North Carolina after one of his supporters sucker-punched a protester, according to reports Monday night. Cumberland County Sheriff's Office released a statement to North Carolina's ABC11 saying it will not "pursue a ...

Cumberland authorities decline to charge Trump after rally violence - WRAL.com

Fayetteville, N.C. — The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office decided late Monday not to charge Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump after a protester was punched during a Trump rally in Fayetteville last week. Deputies were leading the ...

Sheriff Examines if Trump Campaign Played Role in Rally Violence - Wall Street Journal (blog)

RALEIGH, N.C. – A North Carolina sheriff said Monday that his office is continuing its investigation of violence at a Donald Trump rally in Fayetteville last week, including the question of whether Mr. Trump or his campaign incited a riot. Last week ...

Did Donald Trump incite a riot? Officials could bring charges against the Republican billionaire, reports say An ... - Salon

Donald Trump has adamantly denied responsibility for recent violence at his campaign events, but he may soon be held to account. Officials are weighing the possibility of charging Trump with inciting a riot after a protester was assaulted at a campaign ...

Confirmed: North Carolina Sheriff Looking Into Violence Incitement Charges for Donald Trump - Town Hall

During a Donald Trump rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina last week John Franklin McGraw punched a protestor being taken out of the event. He has been charged with assault and Trump is looking into how he can pay for McGraw's legal fees as a ...

Trump: There's No Violence at My Rallies - Daily Beast

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a town hall campaign event in Hickory, North Carolina. March 14, 2016. Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump denied Monday that there is much violence at his campaign rallies.

Trump considers paying legal bills for man charged at rally - Fayetteville Observer

ATLANTA- Republican presidential primary leader Donald Trump says he will consider paying the legal fees of a North Carolina man captured on video sucker-punching a protester at one of the billionaire's signature mass rallies. “I don't accept ...

Trump considers paying legal bills for man charged at Fayetteville rally - WTVD-TV

In this Sept. 25, 2015, file photo, Republican presidential candidate, businessman Donald Trump, speaks during the Values Voter Summit in Washington. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File). AP. Sunday, March 13, 2016. Donald Trump says he's "instructed my ...

Donald Trump Considers Paying Legal Fees For Supporter Charged With Assault - Fortune

Donald Trump is considering paying the legal fees for John McGraw, a man charged with assault at a Trump campaign rally in North Carolina after punching 26 year old Rakeem Jones. When asked on NBC's Meet the Press with Chuck Todd whether he plans ...

Trump: 'I'm Going to Look at' Paying Legal Fees of Man Who Punched Protester - Breitbart News

Sunday on NBC's “Meet the Press,” moderator Chuck Todd pressed Republican presidential front-runner on an incident involving a protester at his Fayetteville, NC rally and 78-year-old John McGraw, who punched that protester as he was being escorted out ...

Trump Says He Might Help 78-Year-Old Who Sucker-Punched Protester [VIDEO] - Daily Caller

Donald Trump said Sunday that he has instructed his campaign team to “look into” paying legal fees for the 78-year-old North Carolina man who sucker-punched a protester at a campaign rally earlier this week. “It's possible you could help him with legal ...

Myron B. Pitts: Trump rallies put some supporters in mood for violence - Fayetteville Observer

A striking feature of the Donald Trump rally on Wednesday was the mood of his fans going into the Crown Coliseum vs. how they acted when it started. Outside, his fans were calm, everyday people. Inside, they cheered and booed as Trump bashed Syrian ...

North Carolinian Deputies Disciplined After Violence at Trump Rally - Fortune

Five North Carolina Sheriff deputies have been disciplined for their response to an outburst of violence at a Donald Trump rally in Fayetteville. During the campaign rally last week, Trump supporter John McGraw punched a black protestor in the face ...

KING: More questions than answers after suspension of deputies who looked the other way at violent Trump rally - New York Daily News

Five law enforcement officers in North Carolina have been slapped with short-term suspensions for their negligent role in the assault of a black man at a recent Fayetteville Donald Trump rally. Rakeem Jones was being escorted out of the rally by ...