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Andy Ngo comes back swinging against complaints posting mugs of Antifa criminals ruined their lives

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Andy Ngo comes back swinging against complaints posting mugs of Antifa criminals ruined their lives

 

https://www.bizpacreview.com/

Vivek Saxena 

September 18, 2020

 

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Newsflash: Rioting can be detrimental to your health and job prospects.

Sadly, several left-wing extremists in the far-left city of Portland, Oregon had to learn this life lesson the hard way.

On Wednesday, Willamette Week, a far-left independent newspaper based out of Portland, ran a sympathetic profile about several such extremists.

According to the extremists, after they were arrested for participating in violent riots earlier this summer, non-establishment journalist Andy Ngo tweeted their mugshots to the world. But in doing so, Ngo inadvertently ruined their lives.

Take the case of Phillip Wenzel. After being arrested on the evening of Aug. 14th and charged with assaulting a police officer, resisting arrest, interfering with police, and committing disorderly conduct, Ngo informed the world about him.

“The next morning, Ngo posted his mug shot on his Twitter account, writing that Wenzel was ‘arrested at the violent #antifa protest.’ Ngo also posted a biography of Wenzel from the law firm where he works as a paralegal,” WW reported.

Ngo added that Wenzel was released without bail and then suggested he might wind up having his charges dropped because of the city’s deadly, lax policies:

Three days later, Wenzel was fired after his employer allegedly received over 50 “threatening or harassing communications,” according to WW, which seemed to imply without evidence that the threats were driven by Ngo’s reporting.

“Because you have chosen to engage in activism that has resulted in violence, physical injuries, and negative publicity for [the law firm], there is now a major distraction from the business we are doing, a threat to my ability to gain new business, and a threat to our employees’ safety,” Wenzel’s employer wrote in an email shared with the outlet.

In a statement to WW, Ngo said that he’d simply been doing his job as a journalist.

“If you feel that transparency and public right to know should be outweighed by arrestee rights to privacy, this is a complaint for the Legislature, not for journalists reporting in compliance with state and federal law,” he said.

“A better question would be, ‘Why do some journalists feel compelled to hide the identities of suspected criminals from the public?’ Another would be, ‘Whose interests does the suppression of criminal arrest data serve?'”

 

 

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Howsithangin

Good for him!

In viewing the various thugs's faces, names and profiles that Andy posts, several patterns arise. 

Alas, one is not allowed to point them out....

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Currahee!

I truly hope he has someone watching his back......Portland could be detrimental to his health....BUT do NOT stop true reporting....people need to realize there are consequences to their actions......play stupid games—-win stupid prizes......

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RedSoloCup

Good for him.

These deranged Biden supporters need their lives destroyed,  in the best way possible. 

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ilja

Okay, I can't stand doxing and yet I can't stand rioting and these governors and mayors releasing the rioters without any kind of punishment. So what do you do? I love Andy Ngô. He's a modern day hero. Have you read his story? I don't have his courage. 

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zurg
1 hour ago, ilja said:

Okay, I can't stand doxing and yet I can't stand rioting and these governors and mayors releasing the rioters without any kind of punishment. So what do you do? I love Andy Ngô. He's a modern day hero. Have you read his story? I don't have his courage. 

Not many have his level of courage to be resilient against violent thugs. 

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