Antifa assaults Portland police union amid ongoing unrest

Portland Antifa members lit a fireplace launch air of the police union headquarters Saturday night amid ongoing unrests between law enforcement and anti-police protesters.

A photo shared on Twitter by the Portland Police Division reveals burned particles launch air the Portland Police Association constructing in Northern Portland.

Police acknowledged some 40 folks gathered launch air PPA headquarters and lit wood particles on fireplace. Officers cleared the space to originate system for fireplace officials to set out the flames.  

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In the photo, the words “Nazis work here,” would maybe also be considered scrawled on the aspect of the constructing.

Portland police acknowledged some folks had been periodically blockading traffic on North Lombard St. attain North Campbell Ave. No arrests had been made and no accidents had been reported.

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Portland has been the declare of ongoing unrest between law enforcement and anti-police protesters. Tensions reached a primary over the summer amid nationwide police protests sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.