Protesters Start Fire in Street near Federal Courthouse, Police Threaten Arrests

Protesters Start Fire in Street near Federal Courthouse, Police Threaten Arrests


Police officials in Portland, Oregon, ordered a crowd to disperse and stop “stoking the flames” as a fire burned in the street near the federal courthouse.

Protesters in Portland set a wooden pallet on fire in the street near the U.S. federal courthouse late Friday night. Around midnight, police officials ordered people to clear the streets and stop building the fire.

I’m am at the Justice center downtown, where a crowd of around 50 has gathered behind the building. Around front, a pallet fire starts in the street #PortlandProtests pic.twitter.com/C72pUT7axT

— Peter (@gravemorgan) October 16, 2020

Protesters also burned an American flag and sprayed graffiti calling for the killing of more cops.

#PortlandProtests #BLMAntifaTerroristsThugs #PPX #AllLivesMatters #Patriots #Portland #PPX #Minnesota #Antifa #agitators #PortlandRiots #seattleprotest #louisville #KenoshaRiots #nyc #America #shootings #RochesterRiots #Antifa #agitators #TRUMP #MAGA #GeorgeFloyd #BreonnaTaylorpic.twitter.com/232CFs4qkB

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— #Innzopinion (@Graham1974Shane) October 16, 2020

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