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Police Arrest 27 Rioters Outside Portland Police Association Building


Night after night the city of Portland gets terrorized.

On the 100th day of protests in Portland, the police said they had enough and arrested over 27 protesters.

It all began when protesters started making their way toward the Police Union Building in Portland, officers realized their motive was to burn the police union building down.

So the officers commanded the protesters to stop but the protesters didn’t listen and started throwing rocks instead.

Officers then went in for justice and started taking Antifa and BLM rioters out one by one.

Fox News came through with these details:

Hundreds of protesters reportedly met in Kenton Park Friday, the site of several previous protests-turned-riots, before making their way to the Portland Police Association building.

Officers warned demonstrators to stay off the streets and off private property, saying they could be subject to “citation, arrest, the use of tear gas, crowd-control agents or impact munitions.”

A local publication reported that by midnight, Portland police were on the streets trying to disperse crowds using smoke devices, shot impact munitions and stun grenades.

Police detained people by pinning them to the ground, leaving traces of blood where they had been, The Oregonian reported Saturday.

Portland police announced Saturday that 27 arrests were made between Friday night and Saturday morning, when groups refused to vacate an area after officers advised them to leave.

WITN chipped in too and had this to say:

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Late Friday protests continued into early Saturday in Portland, with police declaring an unlawful assembly and arresting 27 people.

A few hundred demonstrators had met at Kenton Park Friday before making their way to the Portland Police Association building, where officers warned protesters to stay off the streets and private property. Those who refused could be subject to citation, arrest, the use of tear gas, crowd-control agents or impact munitions, police said.

The Portland Police Bureau issued a statement Saturday morning saying some officers reported that rocks, a full beverage can and water bottles had been thrown at them, prompting police to declare the gathering an unlawful assembly.

Most of those arrested were arrested on suspicion of interfering with a peace officer or disorderly conduct, police said.

It’s great 27 violent rioters were arrested but the reality is a liberal judge will just give them a slap on the wrist.

Many of the 27 who were arrested will more than likely be quickly released without any bail.


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