One Woman Killed, Five Others Injured in Mass Shooting Involving Portland Antifa (VIDEO)

Portland, Oregon – One woman is dead and five others are injured in a mass shooting involving Antifa militants.

According to reports, armed Antifa terrorists gathered at Normandale Park Saturday night for an anti-police protest in response to the sentencing of Kim Potter.

Antifa members were also protesting the officer-involved shooting death of Amir Locke during a no-knock warrant a couple weeks ago.

“Reports are that a neighbor in the area confronted the group about blocking traffic when the gunshots were exchanged.” – KXL reported.

The identities of the shooting victims have not been released.


KATU ABC reported:

One person is dead and five others were taken to the hospital after a shooting in northeast Portland on Saturday night.

Reports came in shortly after 8 p.m. for a shooting near the intersection of Northeast 55th Avenue and Hassalo Street, which is near Normandale Park.

Officers said they found a woman dead and learned that five other people – two men and three women – were taken to local hospitals. There’s no immediate word on their conditions.

Police closed off the surrounding blocks for a shooting investigation.

Flyers circulating on social media showed that a group was scheduled to meet at Normandale Park around 8 p.m. Saturday for a protest and march over the fatal police shooting of Amir Locke.

Journalist Andy Ngo captured screenshots of Antifa telling their fellow comrades to delete evidence from social media and not talk to investigators.

Another violent extremist Antifa member bragged that one of her fellow comrades got a “chunk” out of another person.

Details of Saturday night’s shooting in Normandale Park are unclear because the Portland Police’s press conference was shut down by Antifa.


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