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A witness to the pro-Palestine protest that led to the death of Jewish man Paul Kessler today railed against local police for not arresting the man Kessler argued with, as new video shows the protest continued on when police arrived on the scene.
Kessler, 69, attended the protest in Thousand Oaks with his wife Cheryl on Sunday.
Video obtained by RedState show the protest continued to go on while first responders and law enforcement was on the scene.
Police have not named the other man nor have they arrested him. At a press conference today, they revealed that he had been cooperative, calling 911 when Kessler fell to the ground and started bleeding, and that he was still cooperative with the ongoing investigation.
Video shows the protest continued on after first responders arrived to treat Kessler
A witness to the protest that led to the death is speaking out against local police for not arresting the man who argued with Kessler
Paul Kessler, 69, died after he argued with a man at a pro-Palestine rally in California
A police officer is seen on video asking an unidentified man, who is unconfirmed if this is the suspect, 'So you tried to hit his phone?'
With law enforcement in the background, protesters are heard chanting, 'You will burn in hell; Israel will burn in hell.'
Another anti-Semitic chant can be heard, 'Hitler didn't want you, Hitler didn't want you, Hitler didn't want you, Hitler should've smashed you.'
Photos and videos from the aftermath of the incident show the man calmly talking with police while Kessler lay on the ground with blood pooling around his head.
Kessler was still conscious and speaking when he was taken to the hospital by ambulance, but was pronounced dead at 1.10am the following morning, nearly 12 hours after the altercation.
While there are photos and videos of the rally and the aftermath of the two men coming to blows, there is no footage of the moment Kessler fell, or of the alleged megaphone assault.
The Ventura County Medical