Tuesday, July 23, 2024

GRAPHIC: Rioter in Portland Charged with Three Felonies after Beating Man Unconscious

'I was just standing for myself as a citizen, and if you can’t do that on a street, then what can you do?...'

A 25-year-old black man who beat a white man unconscious last Sunday in downtown Portland turned himself in to the Portland police Friday morning, Fox News reported.

Multnomah County Detention Center booked the attacker, Marquise Lee Love, after he was charged with three felonies: assault, coercion, and rioting. He is held on $260,000 bail.

“I am pleased the suspect in this case turned himself in and appreciate all of the efforts to facilitate this safe resolution,” said PPB Chief Chuck Lovell.

Before the assault, Adam Haner, the white victim, crashed his car amid the chaos of the riots.

Warning: The videos are extremely graphic. Virtually every sentence they speak to Haner begins or ends with “ni—-.”

Love, who goes by “Keese Love,” and a group of rioters then pulled Haner out of the car and scavenged through his belongings.

When Haner got up and walked back to his car, the mob pushed him back and then a man shoved him to the ground.

He again gets up, and the mob says, “Hey bro, you’re not leaving, bro. You’re not going nowhere.”

They continue to push him down and repeat phrases such as, “Get your ass down, n—–,” Stay the f— down, n—–.”

The recording ends, and then it begins again with Haner lying unconscious on the pavement.

A white, blonde woman is seen and heard screaming, “He’s bleeding! Why’s he bleeding?”

A man in a black mask says, “He got beat because he was trying to run people over when he was trying to help you.”

“Investigators learned that the victim may have been trying to help a transgender female who had some of her things stolen in the area … where this incident began,” Portland Police said Monday.

Another man then comes over and says, “Get out of here, bi—.” Another man calls her a “f—— loser.”

Throughout nearly the whole video, a man is repeating: “I’m out here for a blunt. Black Lives Matter “n—–.”

In an interview after the incident, Haner said, “I was just standing for myself as a citizen, and if you can’t do that on a street, then what can you do?”, KPTV reported.

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