Via Fox News:
Two alleged Antifa activists accused of attacking a pair of Marines in Philadelphia were ordered to stand trial just after Christmas on aggravated assault and conspiracy charges following a dramatic day of testimony last week in which the Marines described being beaten and called ethnic slurs.
U.S. Marine Corps reservists Alejandro Godinez and Luis Torres, dressed in their military uniforms, testified Thursday against suspects Thomas Massey and Tom Keenan, who were allegedly part of a larger group of leftwing Antifa activists who began beating the Marines after mistaking them for participants in a November “We the People” rally in Old City.
Alt-left anti-fascist activist group, ‘Antifa,’ continues to show up at political protests on college campuses across the US, sparking violence to promote its agenda
The two Marines testified they were in Philadelphia to attend a Marine event at a local hotel and were touring attractions around the city when they were approached by Keenan, who allegedly asked the men if they were “Proud Boys” – an allusion to one of the rightwing groups behind the Nov. 17 rally, the Philly Mag reported.