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Police shot Portland slaying suspect without warning or trying to arrest him first, witness says

Police shot Portland slaying suspect without warning or trying to arrest him first, witness says

When police last week surrounded Michael Forest Reinoehl, a self-described anti-fascist suspected of fatally shooting a member of a far-right group in Portland, Ore., the wanted man wasn’t obviously armed, a witness to the scene said Wednesday.In fact, according to Nate Dinguss, Reinoehl was clutching a cellphone and eating a gummy worm as he walked to his car outside an apartment complex in Lacey, Wash. That’s when officers opened fire without first announcing themselves or trying to arrest him, Dinguss, a 39-year-old who lives in the apartment complex, said in a statement shared with The...

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Joe Rogan repeats debunked claim that ‘left-wing people’ are starting Oregon wildfires

Joe Rogan repeats debunked claim that ‘left-wing people’ are starting Oregon wildfires

On , Joe Rogan took aim at protesters in Portland, Ore., calling their clashes with police “madness.” For further evidence, he pointed to the massive forest fires tearing through Oregon this month.“They’ve arrested left-wing people for lighting these forest fires,” he said on “The Joe Rogan Experience” to his millions of listeners. “You know, air-quote, ‘activists.’ This is also something that’s not widely being reported.”That’s not true, according to and in Oregon. In fact, those agencies have urged people to that antifa members are starting fires, warning that the misinformation is and...

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L.A. deputies tackled and arrested a reporter. Her videos contradict their claims about the incident.

L.A. deputies tackled and arrested a reporter. Her videos contradict their claims about the incident.

As Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies tackled Josie Huang to the street on Saturday night, the reporter for NPR affiliate KPCC screamed repeatedly she was a journalist. Deputies arrested her anyway, leaving her with scrapes, bruises, a five-hour stay in custody — and an obstruction charge that carries up to a year in jail.Police claimed and ignored demands to leave the area.But those claims are contradicted by video Huang shared on Sunday from police when ordered to do so and repeatedly identifying herself as a journalist. Huang said she also had a press badge around her neck.ADNPR...

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