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A political protest in Oregon that included Antifa activists attacking popular Quillette editor and photojournalist Andy Ngo has resulted in three arrests and several injuries, according to police.
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Downtown Portland was the site of a major protest on Saturday that included Antifa activists, a few of whom physically and verbally attacked Ngo.
Assistant Chief Chris Davis said in a news release that the events at the demonstration were “very fluid in nature” and “complex,” according to the Portland Tribune.
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“There are hundreds of peaceful free speech events in the City in a given year that do not result in violence,” stated Davis.
“Unfortunately, today some community members and officers were injured. We are actively investigating these incidents to hold those responsible accountable.”
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Among those injured was Ngo, who sustained multiple injuries including a reported brain hemorrhage. Ngo posted photos of himself at the emergency room on his Twitter account.
Those arrested included Gage Mackinnon Halupowski, 23, who was charged with multiple counts, among them first-degree assault and attempted assault of a police officer; James Kirkpatrick Stocks, 21, who was charged with harassment; and Maria Caitlin Dehart, 23, who was charged...
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