June 14, 2010 by Post Team
Bob Etheridge:Rep. Bob Ethridge of North Carolina lost his cool before the camera in a video that is making the rounds of the conservative blogosphere today.
Ethridge was walking down the street when he was approached by a couple of camera-wielding interrogators.
As one wonders if Ethridge “fully supports the agenda of Obama,” a visibly agitated Ethridge question: “Who are you?” Repeat the question and seems to close the camera with his hand.
In the edited video, you can see above, Ethridge is then shown holding the wrist of one of the interrogators and repeatedly asked him to identify himself.
The only two people who identify themselves as students and say they are “here for a project.” In the video, the student’s face in the shot with Ethridge is blurred.
“I have a right to know who you are,” said the deputy, the arm of a man. The couple refused to say where they are and repeating that “all we are is the students.”
Ethridge then grabs one of the students self-identified by the neck and pulled at his side, apparently so that his face appears on camera.
You can see what appear to be the two unedited videos here. In comments on that site and others are calling commenters Ethridge be charged with assault.
Bob Etheridge has lost, “said National Republican Congressional Committee spokesman Jon Thompson in a statement. “His behavior is unbecoming of a member of Congress. It’s bad enough that he joined assault on Obama in North Carolina jobs, but his physical assault a college student goes beyond the limits.”
The person who posted the video called “DCCameraGuy” on YouTube, but not identified beyond that. Ethridge office has not yet responded to a request for comment, but is expected to issue a statement later.
The video drew attention after it was published in Great Andrew Breitbart government website, which first sent the secret videos of the employees of ACORN that resulted in significant damage to the community group.
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