DUI Arrest #2
We told you last month about a local BLM activist Greg Bennett who was arrested for his second DUI. He was in court today (via zoom) with his far-left attorney, Aileen Henry, who proudly displayed a poster of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in plain view of the camera. She was appointed to defend Bennett by the public defender’s office because Bennett reported to make less than $15,950 per year. Bennett was arrested and charged with his second DUI just a couple of months ago. His DUI arrest was after an argument with his wife and a hit-and-run with his neighbor in his Pleasant Prairie mobile home park. He was previously charged in Kenosha with carrying a concealed handgun while bar hopping, but BLM sympathizer DA Michael Graveley (D) dismissed the charge arousing suspicion. We found his first DUI (see below). He was arrested on March 3, 2013 in Washington State after he blew .154, almost twice the legal limit. Bennett was also carrying a concealed Luger 9mm handgun while he was drunk-driving. Drinking and guns don’t mix, but this is the second time he’s been caught drunk while carrying a concealed firearm.
Today’s Court Hearing
Bennett became visibly upset (video below) when Judge Mary K Wanger (D) ordered him to report to WCS for random drug and breath tests. “WCS for what?!” Bennett exclaimed. “I was an agent!” he later says, although it isn’t clear what type of agent he was. He continues “I was literally a state agent when this happened. So I understand what WCS is, I already lost my job. Now I have to become one of my clients and go to WCS and detain people I worked with….” The Judge stated that “Everyone is the same under the law,” insinuating that he isn’t going to receive special treatment because of his previous employment or status as a BLM activist. Later in the hearing he continues to argue with the Judge saying “I don’t agree with the WCS portion because I don’t have a prior or doing any of this…..” and “I was in an altercation and I had left the scene….” The Judge then interrupts him and then he talked over her stating that he was “wrongfully charged.” Ultimately the Judge did not relent and ordered the WCS program.
Part of Bennett’s non monetary conditions of bond say that he is *Not to Possess or Consume Alcohol. *Not To Possess or Consume Controlled Substances w/o a Prescription.
Why is Bennett so afraid to submit to random drug and alcohol tests? He’s not supposed to be drinking or doing drugs as a condition of his bond anyway.
Bennett is due back in court on February 4, 2021.