Police tasered and arrested a pro-gun heckler on Tuesday after he repeatedly interrupted a gun control advocate during a New Hampshire rally against gun violence.
The heckler, identified as 52-year-old Daniel Musso, immediately began harassing one of the speakers at the event, John Cantin, who joined the crusade against guns after his daughter was tragically shot to death in 2009.
In the video, Musso is seen standing right next to Cantin as he speaks, interrupting him after every statement.
"Please have a little respect," Cantin said to the man.
"If you had your speech in your mind, you wouldn’t have to read all this propaganda sh*t in front of you," he responded.
Musso eventually walked away but was intercepted by police who reportedly wanted to ask him some questions.
According to reports, Musso "initiated physical contact with police" when officers began talking to him. The cops responded by tasering him and taking him to the ground.
He was arrested and faces multiple charges, including simple assault against a police officer.
"Many involved in the counter protest thought Musso did nothing wrong," WMUR-TV reports.
The "No More Names" gun control rally was organized by Michael Bloomberg's Mayors Against Illegal Guns.
(H/T: Matt Wilstein, Mediaite)
This story has been updated.