Zoomed In And Slowed Down Video Shows The Antifa Terrorist Who Shot A Driver In Utah As He Tries To Flee The Rioters

Provo police are searching for a man who shot the driver of an SUV that sped through a crowd of protesters Monday night.

The man, drove himself to Utah Valley Hospital, according to police.

A group protesting police brutality had gathered at the intersection of University Avenue and Center Street on Monday evening.

The victim, a 60-year-old Provo resident, remained hospitalized Tuesday but was “stable,” according to police. The man was not part of the protest or counter-protest that had been going on, but was just driving in the area, said Provo Police Sgt. Nisha King.

The victim was driving a white SUV on University Avenue and was attempting to turn onto Center Street when a group of protestors began “crowding around the vehicle. A male protester ran to the SUV on the passenger side, pointed a handgun at (the) driver and shot one round through the window,” according to a synopsis of the incident by Provo Deputy Police Chief John Guyerman.

Zoomed in and slowed down video clearly shows rioters pull a gun and shoot into the truck before it attempts to escape.

Video below:

As the SUV is speeding away, the gunman ran after the vehicle and fired a second-round that went through the rear passenger window, according to police.

After the shooting, the video shows the gunman then “conceals the firearm and continues to protest,” Guyerman said. “This same protester later approached another vehicle at 500 North and University Avenue, striking and breaking the window with the handgun.”

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Another video of the incident:

Screen images from the enhanced zoom video shows the shooter in a green hat and facemask and the muzzle flash as he fired at the driver:

The police are searching for this terrorist, let’s make him famous!

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