Surprise! A Quiet Panic Engulfs Antifa As They Learn What Else The Feds Have Been Up To In Portland
A quiet panic is starting to enfold Antifa and rioters in Portland after it has been learned what else federal officers have been doing besides just protecting the courthouse.
I caught wind of this story as I sifted through videos of the nightly violence that take place in Portland overnight. Independent journalist Tuck Woodstock sympathetic to the activists shared the sediment.
“Federal officers also have shared some of their information with Portland police officers, who assisted them in at least one arrest earlier this month, the documents disclose.” 👀👀👀👀
— Tuck Woodstock (@tuckwoodstock) July 21, 2020
Much to their surprise, federal officials have infiltrated the nightly mob. They are analyzing nightly video footage and eye witness accounts from undercover agents to charge extremists who are shining lasers at officers and causing damage to the courthouse.
What has rioters so concerned is that when they are arrested by federal officers they are now in the federal court system. They are no longer part of the local court system that has continued to drop criminal charges against rioters arrested by police.
Court records from a man arrested by federal officers reported by the Oregonlive have rioters concerned.
Oregon Live reported:
In the predawn hours of July 11, a Portland officer detained a man identified by the Federal Protective Service as having shined a green laser into the eyes of a U.S. Border Patrol agent in an “overlook position” on the seventh floor of the federal courthouse and later shining it at federal agents emerging from the courthouse.
The Portland officer brought the man, Edward William Carubis, to the federal courthouse that morning, according to Micah Coring, a Federal Protective Service agent.
Carubis, 24, is now accused of assault on a federal officer, one of at least a dozen people facing federal allegations stemming from the late-night and early morning protests outside the courthouse.
Federal Agents are using video and then picking their time to arrest individuals.
In another case, Federal agents used freeze-frames of video gathered from the Twitter account “Simulation Warlord Twitter” as evidence. Officers documented Jacob Michael Gaines using a hammer to bang a hold into the plywood protecting an entrance to the courthouse.
Gaines was arrested by a US Marshals Service tactical team. During his arrest, it was also reported by federal officials that Gaines struck a Marshal in the shoulder and upper back with the sledgehammer before he was taken into custody.
A magistrate judge granted Gaines release pending trial however, federal prosecutor intervened and now Gaines is being held. Prosecutors used Gaines’s own words against him.
“His own words to law enforcement: ‘You (expletives) are gonna have to kill me,’ – shouted while he was attacking the (federal officer) with a sledge hammer – are illuminating,” prosecutor Chris Cardani said.
Here’s another great example cited by Oregon Live the arrest of Kevin Benjamin Weier.
Allegedly, Weier placed a burning piece of wood on part of the wooden barricade protecting the courthouse in an attempt to set it on fire.
A Homeland Security intelligence specialist saw the video on YouTube and sent it to officers on the ground.
“Agents both inside and outside of the courthouse maintained surveillance of Weier for approximately two hours, until the crowd thinned out” and a federal arrest team located Weier about 3:30 a.m. and arrested him early July 13, wrote Coring, the Federal Protective Service agent.
The extremest in Portland have no idea who they are messing with. Some of these agents have been used to take down some of the most dangerous people in the world. I would also bet that federal authorities are starting to build cases against those that are inciting and funding the chaos.
Which could be why local authorities are trying to get the feds out of the city any way they can.
It wouldn’t be surprising to learn one morning that federal authorities have served warrants across the city of Portland and arrested a lot of people.