Antifa Rioter Who Smashed Man Over The Head With Baton Sentenced to Nearly 6 Years in Prison

Chris Menahan
Nov. 04, 2019

An antifa extremist was sentenced to nearly six years in prison on Friday for smashing a man over the head with a baton at a Patriot Prayer rally earlier this year in Portland.

From Oregon Live, "Baton attack during June protests in downtown Portland lands man in prison for nearly 6 years":
A 24-year-old man who hit another man over the head with a baton in June during dueling downtown Portland demonstrations was sentenced Friday to nearly six years in prison.

Gage Halupowski pleaded guilty to second-degree assault in connection with the June 29 attack on Adam Kelly outside The Nines Hotel along Southwest Morrison Street. Halupowski was identified as one of several masked, black-clothed demonstrators seen on video hitting and pepper-spraying Kelly after he appeared to come to the aid of another man who’d been attacked during the protests, authorities said.

Kelly, a right-wing protestor at the demonstrations, wrote on Facebook at the time that the blows to his head led to him suffering a concussion and needing 25 staples to close the wounds.

Multnomah County Deputy District Attorney Melissa Marrero said Halupowski hitting Kelly in the back of the head with an expandable baton was “completely unexplainable, completely avoidable and didn’t need to happen.”

She said Kelly and Halupowski both were lucky that Kelly survived his injuries.
Video from the day of the attack showed multiple antifa terrorists ganging up on Kelly and smashing him over the head with weapons before shooting him twice with mace and kicking him repeatedly.

Here's a second angle, which also showed antifa attacking right-wing marcher John Blum:

Halupowski got less than 6 years for what really should have been considered an attempted murder.

Considering that he's going prison in Portland, odds are they'll let him out early.

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