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RIOT DECLARED: Fire set inside Portland’s Multnomah Building during unrest

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Tuesday marked the 83rd consecutive night of protests.

Democrats’ ‘peaceful protesters.’ Remember in November.

 

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Fire set inside Portland’s Multnomah Building during unrest, riot declared

By Edmund DeMarche | Fox News

Portland experienced chaos yet again early Wednesday after a fire was set inside the city’ Multnomah Building prior to the police department declaring another riot.

Police took to Twitter to declare the riot “after individuals vandalized, repeatedly smashed first floor windows with rocks and threw burning material into an office.”

The department retweeted a video posted by Hannah Ray Lambert, a reporter with KOIN News, who filmed a small fire with a crowd in the background chanting, “What did you see? Didn’t see sh–!”

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Portland police confirmed the fire to Fox News. Lambert reported that protesters later fought with police. By Wednesday morning, police had arrested two people, Fox 12 reported.

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The Oregonian reported that Tuesday marked the city’s 83rd night of protests and described the Multnomah building as the county seat of government. The paper added that the protest was peaceful at first.

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