The elderly man who was shoved to the ground by police officers in Buffalo was as badly injured as he appeared on camera — he has a crack in his skull and, for now … he can’t walk.
Martin Gugino‘s attorney, Kelly Zarcone, says the 75-year-old suffered a fractured skull from the push and fall. She added that Martin is unable to get up on his own 2 feet for the time being while he recuperates at home. He was released from the ICU last week.
Zarcone also released a statement directly from Martin, who says … “I think it’s very unnecessary to focus on me. There are plenty of other things to think about besides me.”
This is the same peaceful protester President Trump recently suggested — without evidence — might’ve been an Antifa-tied provocateur there to cause dissent and chaos. Martin’s lawyer shot that down as completely false and incredibly offensive.
Meanwhile, on the legal front, the 2 officers who were charged with second-degree assault charges have pled not guilty, and remain suspended without pay.
Dozens of other Buffalo officers resigned from a special task force to show solidarity with the charged cops.