The Daily Beast reports:
An Oregon jury cleared two Portland activists of all civil liability on Tuesday after right-wing provocateur Andy Ngô accused them of physically attacking him while he was undercover at a 2021 rally. Ngô was unmasked and beaten at the demonstration with “fists and weapons” by “antifa” decked out in all black outfits, he said at the time.
In his civil suit, filed three years ago, he said activists John Hacker and Elizabeth Richter were his assailants, alleging the pair were members of Rose City Antifa. However, Richter’s attorney, Michelle Burrows, said Tuesday that Ngô’s attackers were never identified.
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An Oregon jury cleared two Portland activists of all civil liability after right-wing provocateur Andy Ngô accused them of physically attacking him while he was undercover at a 2021 rally.https://t.co/RsFKJtxUgh
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) August 9, 2023
Andy Ngo, a right-wing provocateur, lost his civil lawsuit relating to the beating he received after going undercover at a Portland protesthttps://t.co/5YJ4XVr992
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) August 8, 2023
Andy Ngo’s fans have committed fatal acts of violence: https://t.co/VHvvsxRrl6
— Talia Jane (@taliaotg) August 8, 2023
“Antifa accounts have been tweeting about him.” They have been tweeting that Ben Smith subscribed to your YouTube channel, Andy Ngo.
Maybe you should look into that. pic.twitter.com/9sZ2Fazuws
— Michael Edison Hayden (@MichaelEHayden) February 22, 2022