Protester Jonathan Sargent attacked mounted police in Sydney during COVID lockdown protest | 7NEWS

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7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Protester Jonathan Sargent attacked mounted police in Sydney during COVID lockdown protest | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

A protester who attacked mounted police during an anti-lockdown rally in Sydney’s CBD has escaped jail time. Jonathan Sargent told a court that he was remorseful, claiming he lashed out because he wasn’t coping with his mental health during the COVID shut down.

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