Cass Giles and Ronaldo Dixon have been charged in the November 4th attack on Kaitlin Bennett in Lexington, Kentucky.
Last month, Kaitlin Bennett and her fiance Justin Moldow were attacked by radical leftists outside of a Trump rally in Lexington, Kentucky. No arrests were made on site, as officers stood down and claimed they didn’t witness the assaults.
Bennett and Moldow returned to Lexington to file criminal complaints against their attackers, who were identified as Cass Robin Giles and Ronaldo Jahman Dixon.
Dixon, who was previously arrested at Bennett’s open carry walk at Kent State University a year ago, recognized Bennett at the rally, which prompted Giles to feel uncomfortable with being interviewed by Bennett. Giles proceeded to lunge at Moldow and grab his camera, breaking his skin in the process. Giles failed to steal Moldow’s camera but successfully stomped on his camera light.
During this ordeal, Dixon began to attack Bennett and attempted to steal her microphone. Officers intervened and retrieved Bennett’s microphone.
Giles is now being charged with 3rd degree criminal mischief and 4th degree assault, and Dixon will face a 4th degree assault charge for his attack on Bennett.
In the state of Kentucky, 3rd degree criminal mischief is a Class B misdemeanor, which can carry a sentence of up to 90 days in jail and a fine of up to $250. 4th degree assault is a Class A misdemeanor, which carries a sentence of up to one year in jail and a fine of up to $500.