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Portland Man Was Held Hostage and Severely Injured by Protesters/Manhunt Underway for the Attacker


This was  a terroristic attack against a defenseless man in Portland. The video shows BLM protestors commanding a man who just got in a crash not to leave and stay seated in the middle of a city street.

BLM had no business of stripping Adam Haner the man identified as the victim from his car as if they are the law now.

They ravaged through his belongings and beat him viciously almost to the point bystanders thought he was dead.

The worst blow was when he was kicked brutally to the side of the head by Marquise Lee Love who is still on the run.

Check out this chilling video where they are commanding the victim as if they are the police:

This is the part where BLM protestors kick Laner in the head:

Our friends at Fox News had this to say about the vicious attack:

Violence erupted in Portland late Sunday just blocks from the federal courthouse after the driver of a pickup truck crashed, was reportedly pulled from the vehicle and then brutally beaten by a mob after a confrontation with protesters.

Videos that emerged from the scene were chilling. The man identified as the driver could be seen getting punched, kicked and ordered not to leave in the middle of a city street. The man in the video, at one point, appeared dazed after the initial assault, but suffered the worst blow when he absorbed a roundhouse kick to the side of the head.

Portland police told Fox News in an email that officers responded to a report of an injured person at Southwest Broadway and Southwest Taylor Street at about 10:30 p.m.

Sgt. Kevin Allen, a police spokesman, said reports indicate that protesters “were chasing the truck before it crashed, and they assaulted the driver after the crash.”

He said responding officers “encountered a hostile crowd and a squad from the Rapid Response Team responded to help secure the scene while the investigation was underway.”

One of the videos posted to social media begins with the man on his knees in the city street surrounded by a group of people. The man tries to get up and someone yells, “You’re not leaving, bro,” and he gets pushed back to the ground.

At one point the man on the ground says he was not trying to hurt anyone, and, while kneeling, absorbs several punches because the group was unconvinced that he was telling the truth.

The crowd looks like it’s about to disperse, but that’s when another individual takes a running start and kicks the man in the head,  which could be heard slamming into the pavement, according to the video.

Andy Ngo, a journalist who has been covering these protests, reported that the man crashed his car and the “mob pulled him out & beat him senseless in front of the passenger. He’s bleeding & unconscious. No police.”

Another reporter posted a video that purports to show the driver earlier harassed by protesters and his female passenger assaulted. Drew Hernandez reported that the driver sped off to evade the protesters.

Oregon Live had this to say about the violent attack:

Police have identified a suspect in the bloody beating of a man left unconscious after he crashed a truck during a confrontation near a Black Lives Matter demonstration in Portland.

Investigators have tried to contact Marquise Love, 25, but haven’t been successful. They’ve left messages telling Love to turn himself in and will continue to look for him, Portland police said Tuesday.

The BLM protestors are supposed to be peaceful but they are far from it.

It’s ridiculous that the  Portland liberal leaders are allowing terrorism to take place in their cities.

Adam Haner was treated as a hostage in the video while BLM demonstrators acted as violent police officers the very thing they are protesting about. This is hypocrisy at its finest.




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