Antifa loses $300,000 lawsuit. Andy Ngo vindicated.

By Taxpayers Association of Oregon


Oregon journalist, Andy Ngo, who was twice hospitalized (2019,2021) by Antifa for reporting on their activities, has won a court verdict against three of his attackers.   See the details below:


The Post Millennial reports, “During the court hearing, the defense attorney for defendant Schott-Deputy, Cliff Davidson, had filed a motion to set aside an order for default asking for Schott-Deputy to be tried before a jury. Davidson argued that his client was unable to respond to the order to appear in court due to living in a homeless encampment across the street from the courthouse and serving prison sentences in both New York and Oregon at the time he had been served.Judge Sinaplasai denied the defense attorney’s motion and informed Davidson that he can file an appeal following her ruling…In May 2022, Schott-Deputy was given a sweetheart deal by district attorney Mike Schmidt’s office where he was allowed to plead guilty to attempt to commit a class B felony in exchange for no prison time. Charges of assault and unlawful use of a weapon were dismissed and he was sentenced to 36 months probation, which was violated twice in November 2022 and January 2023. Schott-Deputy served only seven days in county jail for the second probation violation.The other two defendants, Belyea and Allen, who both identify as transgender, did not appear at the court hearing nor did they have legal representation.” Read more.

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