Progressive news outlet complains that Andy Ngo’s coverage of violent crime harms violent suspects

PML: Portland paper Willamette Week provided a platform for Portland rioters charged with crimes who are upset that Andy Ngo posted public records profiling their alleged criminal activity.

The article, titled “Portland Protesters Say Their Lives Were Upended by the Posting of Their Mug Shots on a Conservative Twitter Account,” was published early Wednesday morning.

The author of the piece, Sophie Peel, acknowledged that The Post Millennial‘s editor-at-large reporting is perfectly legal as Ngo cites archived booking information from the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office. Critics have accused Ngo of doxxing, although suspects have left a trail of their own digital footprints. more

10 Comments on Progressive news outlet complains that Andy Ngo’s coverage of violent crime harms violent suspects

  1. I protest!! Yes, I broke the law, but that is no reason for someone to bring it to the attention of the masses or police!!

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  2. The ABC show ‘Stumptown’ has been cancelled after previously been renewed for the 20/21 fall season. It’s based in Portland. The network claims it’s because of scheduling and the Covid.

    I think they had second thoughts because of the rioting and the “wildfires.”
    🤷‍♀️

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  3. Burning, looting, breaking windows, beating up innocent bystanders is all fun and games, as long as you can keep your face covered. Now you are exposed, bitch. Not fun anymore is it.

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  4. “Wahh no don’t show my mug shot after I was arrested for willingly participating in the destruction of property and public unrest!”

    Don’t wanna lose your job for lighting buildings on fire and punching old people? Don’t do that.

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