Portland woman accused of rioting faces both local and federal charges

PM: In the latest example of federal authorities ramping up efforts to hold Portland rioters accountable, a 29-year-old woman was arrested and federally charged for allegedly punching a Portland cop in the face during a riot in July.

According to Justice Department court documents, Laurielle Yvette Aviles, of Portland, assaulted a police officer in an attempt to de-arrest a fellow rioter on July 3. She was charged at the time by Portland Police and was released on her own recognizance. The Multnomah County District Attorney’s office announced this week that Aviles is charged with one count of felony riot, one count of attempted assault of a public safety officer, one count of resisting arrest and one count of interfering with a peace officer. Following an FBI investigation, she now also has a felony civil disorder charge.   more here

37 Comments on Portland woman accused of rioting faces both local and federal charges

  1. She is kind of hot. In a prison rape scene situation where she whips out her cock and buggers a…

    Just never mind. Trump wins by 60% plus. It’s over, Democrats.

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  2. “…faces a maxmum sentence of up to 5 years.”

    I hate to be a downer on this good news, but why is a violent, felony-charged rioter even out on their own recognizance in the first place? NO BAIL? Good luck finding HIM.

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  3. Has anyone seen a picture of the Portland City council member, Jo Ann Hardesty, mentioned in the article?

    Well, she ain’t no city council member. She’s Portland’s Fire and Rescue (and police?) commissioner! Just get a load of her bio!! Un-freaking-believeable!!

    You couldn’t pay me to live in Portland.

    https://www.portland.gov/hardesty/meet-jo-ann

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  4. For more of this? And these modern day wastes and their mug shots?

    It’s a Who’s Who in American Antifa Terrorism, just keep scrolling down, it’s ‘bottomless’:

    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo

    I highly suggest you keep an eye on that account.

    The guy has REAL effing courage.

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  5. AbigailAdams, according to her bio she was in the Navy from ‘78 to ‘83 – five years. She was a 3rd class when she got out. That’s an E-4. After five years you should be a 2nd class – an E-5. That tells me she got busted down for some reason sometime in those five years.

    I was in the Navy for ten years so I know what’s what.

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  6. He looks like a bank robber from the early 1930’s. Like he’d be a member of Dillinger’s gang or Pretty Boy Floyd’s gang.

    But instead, he’s a current day little queer puke. He’ll get slammed plenty when he’s in the Slammer.

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  7. I think they are all professional gender pirates. Whatever suits their purpose at the moment. Look at me.
    I’m a pretty little girl
    I’m a strapping young dude.
    Never mind that I always speak in a baritone and that I need a shave.

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  8. @ Left Coast Dan SEPTEMBER 16, 2020 AT 7:16 PM
    Take a look at Elena Kagan! HA, She’s (He’s, it”s) the first SCJ that has linebacker neck. Wider than her ears.

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  9. Science has just discovered why so many Democrat men choose to be gay…it’s their women.(or what passes for their women)

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  10. Booking Information
    SWIS ID: 824617
    Name: Aviles, Laurielle Yvette
    Age: 29
    Gender: Nobody cares
    Race: Hispanic
    Height: 5 ft 6 in
    Weight: 165 lbs
    Hair: Black
    Eyes: Brown

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  11. An obvious case of gender appropriation. He’s in the same league of fraudulent imposters as Elizabeth Warren, Rachel Dolezal and most recently Jessica Krug. Their untreated mental illness, perhaps multiple personality disorder, needs attention.

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  12. @dee — From the handy link you posted above (emphasis added):

    LAURIELLE Y. AVILES (AKA “Lo”)
    As an interpreter, a POC and a member of the LGBTQ+ community, I am committed to establishing a well-rounded professional experience in the Pacific Northwest.

    I strive to achieve this goal by combining my love of people and my work. I bring strong interpersonal and organizational skills to my work: positive leadership, solution-based teamwork, scheduling and prioritizing are my greatest strengths.

    I maintain a healthy balance of work and life, and understand the importance of self-care so I can maintain longevity in my career.

    THEY/THEM or HE/HIM

    I was surprised to see that HE/HIM pronoun preference!

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