VIDEO: Portland Rioter Knocks Man Out With Vicious Kick To The HeadChris Menahan
Aug. 17, 2020
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Video out of Portland shows Black Lives Matter rioters attacking a white man and his wife in the street and viciously kicking the man in his head from behind in what appears to be an attempted murder.
On Sunday night, the rioters attacked the man's car and beat his wife, then assaulted him again after he crashed his car while trying to escape.
The assault appears to have started after the man stopped to defend a person being robbed.
"The driver was transported to the hospital by ambulance with serious injuries," Sgt. Kevin Allen said early Monday in a statement to the Washington Post.
The rioter was allegedly identified as Marquise "Keese" Love, though this has yet to be officially confirmed.
Rioters committed multiple violent assaults throughout the night.
Rioters were seen beating a man with a baseball bat earlier:
They threatened to beat 16-year-old Trump supporters:
They created a shrine to a "well-known Rollin 60's Crips gang member" who in 2018 shot two people before being shot and killed by police after allegedly pulling a gun on them.
Meanwhile, another man who was filmed a week or so ago driving to safety through a mob of violent rioters reportedly had his home and car vandalized and his mother is now being inundated with death threats.
Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmidt has been dropping most charges against the rioters police reluctantly arrest and Mayor Ted Wheeler joined the riots last month as part of an anti-Trump photo-op.
These riots are state-sanctioned violence which Wheeler is allowing to happen for perceived political gain.
There are no reports Marquise "Keese" Lee Love has been arrested yet.
Portland police chief Chuck Lovell said Monday afternoon they're "actively investigating" the assault.
Love sent out this snapchat early Monday morning:
UPDATE II: Portland Police claimed in a statement on Monday evening the victim was found unconscious but "was transported to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and is recovering."
UPDATE III: The victim was allegedly identified by his brother as Adam Haner and
a GoFundMe was launched to help him recover.
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