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2 from right-wing group charged in 2021 Portland clash

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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Two members of the far-right extremist group Proud Boys who participated in a rally in Portland, Oregon, last summer have been indicted in several acts of violence that day. The indictments came on Dec. 16 and were unsealed Monday. Tusitala “Tiny” Toese of Vancouver, Washington, is facing 12 charges from the Aug. 22 rally, is in custody in Washington state and will be extradited to Multnomah County after an unrelated criminal case in Washington is resolved. The Oregonian/OregonLive reports Miles Furrow was arraigned Monday and pleaded not guilty to six counts of assault, one count of unlawful use of a weapon and one count of riot.

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    1. – don’t cry – portland law enforcement was trained using Proud Boys approved materials – as far as antifa goes, you probably should continue to hide under your bed

    1. – a real patriot would never consider labeling themself one – do yourself a favor and look up the definition of the word “literally”, then please dish on this “heavily funded” thing you seem to believe in (or at least want other people to believe in)

  1. Maybe they will get off with 30 hours of community service and have charges dropped like the transgendered antifa arsonist. Who says there is a two tier system of justice?

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