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OPINION | This article contains political comments that reflect the author’s opinion.

According to The Western Journal, riot broke out in Portland following the verdict on the murder of Derek Chauvin.

Protesters gathered around a bicycle policeman. One of the activists hit the officer with his fist.

Police declare the gathering illegal as dozens gather in downtown Portland after Derek Chauvin is found guilty. Https://t.co/SEP6pGGFJZ pic.twitter.com/SgZURHwE5r

– The Oregonian (@Oregonian) April 21, 2021

Randy Gray, 36, was taped on video slapping a sucker in the face of an @ PortlandPolice officer in the BLM Antifa riot that celebrated the conviction of Chauvin. He is charged with officer assault, 4th degree assault, and more. He was saved quickly. https://t.co/sqojYsBRzV pic.twitter.com/Sdsl0iVUI1

– Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) April 21, 2021

#Antifa smashed another Starbucks in their Portland riot to celebrate Chauvin’s murder conviction. Video from @jennytyoung: pic.twitter.com/xUEGfcoXvz

– Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) April 21, 2021

Randy Gray was arrested and charged with assaulting a police officer.

Gray has also been hit on 4 charges of misdemeanor, assault, harassment, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief.

Gray was released on bail the day after his arrest.

From the Western Journal:

It’s unclear who paid Gray’s bail, although it may have been the Portland Protest Bail Fund, which raised more than $ 1.3 million last year to keep bail out for violent agitators and anti-police criminals .

Portland businesses have been closing their doors and windows for a year, and the streets of the once picturesque city have become decidedly unsafe.

It’s a tragic, but not surprising, turn for the City of Roses after a long string of terribly inept measures by local and state leadership.

Portland City Council voted last year to cut police funding by nearly $ 16 million, but is now looking to put money back into the budget after a skyrocketing number of murders.

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Portland’s KGW-TV said 2020 was a 27-year high in homicides for the city, and 2021 is well on its way to doubling that number, according to Willamette Week.



Robert Dunfee