OK, so I am not up to the laws of the State of Oregon, but I want to advance that we saw attack with deadly weapons. If that does not trigger the legal standpoint for use of deadly force for self-defense, then screw Oregon and move to a friendly state.

They will eventually turn against each other for such is what happens when you turn on The Machine and it demands to be fed.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

7 thoughts on “Antifa crowbar attack”
  1. It does, but then the powers that be in Portland will give you the Mike Strickland treatment and throw you in prison anyway.

  2. IANAL, but under my interpretation, a crowbar to the head would be considered deadly force under Oregon law (which has a reasonable definition: “likely to cause death or serious bodily injury”), which merits a deadly-force response.

    Based on their history, the PPB (Portland Police Bureau) would still arrest you, and their wildly anti-gun and anti-self-defense (if you’re not Antifa) would still file charges, and will make every attempt to stack the jury against you. (@pkoning: Kinda. There are honest people, but in groups — especially groups cherry-picked by the DA — honesty can go downhill quickly.)

    I also noticed at around 0:07 or 0:08, on the left side, what appears to be a nunchaku in action. Carrying a concealed nunchaku could be a Class B misdemeanor statewide (ORS 166.240 Carrying of concealed weapons), but attempting to unlawfully use one against another person IS a Class C Felony (ORS 166.220 Unlawful use of a weapon), in addition to the various applicable Assault charges: I see AT LEAST Assault in the third degree (ORS 163.165) for every single person who took a swing — there’s a clause for causing injury while acting in concert with others — but also Assault in the second or first degrees (ORS 163.175 or 185, respectively), depending on whether “bleeding head wound” is a “physical injury” or can be sold as “serious physical injury.” I would buy the “serious physical injury” argument, myself.

  3. Oregon does not honor other states’ CCW permits. Ky honors theirs. That leaves me rather conflicted.

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