A radicalized former Military Policeman in the United States Marine Corps -who claims he is now in the United States Army- was arrested in Portland for a slew of felonious charges related to an Antifa-initiated riot.
Jesse Nathaniel Hawk, 23, was arrested and booked into the Multnomah County Jail with over eleven criminal offenses, including multiple felonies.
Hawk, who was outed by journalist Andy Ngo, was reportedly part of the Antifa-related violence that broke out in Portland as part of the larger (and much more vague) BLM protests.
According to his social media profile, Hawk had previously served as a Military Policeman in the USMC, but had since left the Corps.
Hawk claimed in one post that he was going to college for philosophy, and was serving as a “JAG assistant” in the US Army.
Leaving a social media crumb trail even a small child could follow, Hawk was rather vocal about his more far-left ideologies, and even commented on a Joe Biden campaign ad.
“B**ch, riots are the voice of the unheard,” he wrote.
Hawk was allegedly involved with the 83rd night of rioting in Portland, particularly the siege and attempted arson of the Multnomah Building.
Protesters called for a complete abolition of the police and prison system, attacked police and caused property damage.
One of two people arrested in the riots according to Fox 12 Oregon, Hawk has been charged with two counts of Felony Assault of a Police Officer, two counts of Unlawful Use of a Weapon, two counts of Harassment, Rioting, Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct, Second-Degree Attempted Escape and Interfering with a Peace Officer. He was released into the general public shortly after being booked.
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