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Turkish Bodyguards in Suits and Ties Viciously Attack Protesters in D.C.

Protests outside Turkish embassy in Washington D.C. became a violent brawl on Tuesday.

Videos and images of the melee were posted on social media after supporters and detractors of Turkish President Erdogan clashed.

The fight spilled over into a nearby park where a police officer tried to subdue the ruckus, as reported by the New York Times.

Video showed a man knocked to the ground as other protesters delivered kicks t his face.

Another man threw a megaphone at fellow protesters.

Members of Erdogan’s security force were heavily involved in the ruckus, according to the Daily Mail.

“They think they can engage in the same sort of suppression of protest and free speech that they engage in Turkey,” protester Flint Arthur told CNN.

“They stopped us for a few minutes,” he said. “but we still stayed and continued to protest Erdogan’s tyrannical regime.”

The protest occurred the same day the Turkish president met with President Donald Trump at the White House.

Nine were injured and two arrests were made, according to the Metropolitan police.

Ayten Necmi, 49, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault. A second man, Jalal Kheirabaoi, 42, faces charges of assaulting a police officer, according to the Times.