Democrats support and incite left-wing violence, but opposition voices and dissidents are thisclose to prison. Why wasn’t he arrested at the Mayor’s condo?
Photo: According to ‘Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy’, a new book by journalist Andy Ngo, Reinoehl was detained and cited for possessing an illegal and loaded gun in a public place, resisting arrest and interfering with police on July 5.
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Antifa gunman, 48, killed by police was pictured with his son, 17, brandishing a baseball bat outside of Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler’s condo a day before he shot a Trump supporter and also was arrested for having a gun
- REVEALED: Antifa gunman, 48, killed by police was pictured with his son, 17, brandishing a baseball bat outside of Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler’s condo a day before he shot a Trump supporter
- Michael Reinoehl, 48, fled Portland on August 29 after shooting dead Trump supporter Aaron ‘Jay’ Danielson, 39
Surveillance footage showed him lying in wait for his victim
- The night before, Reinoehl had been pictured at a protest at the Portland Mayor’s residence with his 17-year-old son
His son was wielding a baseball bat
- Reinoehl had already been arrested in July for possession of an illegal and loaded gun at a protest but was let go
- The self-confessed Antifa activist was killed by police four days after going on the run following Danielson’s death
- He was mourned by the left-wing militia group, who had celebrated Danielson’s death and branded him a ‘Nazi’
By Frances Mulraney For Dailymail.com, 30 January 2021
An Oregon man who declared himself ‘100% Antifa’ was pictured at a protest in Portland with his 17-year-old son the night before he shot dead a Trump supporter.
Michael Reinoehl, 48, was seen standing outside of Mayor Ted Wheeler’s residence on August 28 with his teenage son, who was wielding a baseball bat.
The following night, Reinoehl fatally shot Aaron ‘Jay’ Danielson, 39, a Trump loyalist and a supporter of the right-wing conservative group Patriot Prayer.
Less than two months before the shooting, Reinoehl was also pictured being detained at another Portland protest for illegal possession of a gun – but he was let go.
According to ‘Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy’, a new book by journalist Andy Ngo, Reinoehl was detained and cited for possessing an illegal and loaded gun in a public place, resisting arrest and interfering with police on July 5.
At this time, Portland was in its second month of Black Lives Matter protests that were targeting the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse.
Reinoehl was photographed being detained by police with a pistol on the ground beside him.
Michael Reinoehl is pictured here at a protest in Portland on the night before he shot dead Danielson. The boy with a baseball bat is believed to be his teenage son
According to a new book by journalist Any Ngo, Micheael Reinoehl was also pictured here being detained at a protest with an gun by Portland police on July 5
Michael Reinoehl, 48, fled Portland on August 29 after the shooting of Aaron ‘Jay’ Danielson, 39, on August 29. He was hailed as an Antifa martyr after being killed by police
Yet the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office dropped all charges against him.
According to Ngo, who recently published an excerpt of his book in the New York Post, Reinoehl was released after he claimed to be injured.
Reinoehl was killed by US Marshals in Washington State on September 3, 2020, after they claimed he opened fire on them when they attempted to make an arrest.
A warrant was out for Reinoehl’s arrest after surveillance footage appeared to show him lying in wait for his victim Danielson before following him into the street and opening fire.
The shooting occurred after a day of tense clashes between Trump supporters and far-left groups in Portland, with activists seen trying to block a vehicles in a Trump caravan and throwing objects at them,.
Trump supporters sprayed mace in return and fired a paintball gun from vehicles.
he court documents filed with his arrest warrant reveal startling information, including the text messages Reinoehl sent to his own son offering to trade marijuana for a handgun weeks before the murder.
In the warrant affidavit, Portland Police Detective Rico Beniga describes the events leading up to the shooting, based on witness statements, previously released bystander video, and surveillance video from a nearby parking garage.
At first, Reinoehl was walking with a white female southbound on SW 3rd Avenue, and both could be seen staring eastbound down perpendicular Adler Street as they crossed the intersection.
After Reinoehl and the woman cross the intersection, the white female pauses and stands against a building as Reinoehl continues walking.
Then, Danielson and Danielson’s friend Chandler Pappas are seen turning a corner behind them from Adler Street. Reinoehl is seen glancing behind him and reaching for his waistband.
Before his death, Reinoehl’s social media accounts had laid bare his Antifa loyalty
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