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Portland white supremacist describes stabbings to court: 'I call it patriotism'

15 June 2017

"This is America! Get out if you don't like free speech!" said Jeremy Joseph Christian, the suspect in last week's fatal stabbing on a Portland train who launching into an angry rant in court Tuesday.

Christian was arraigned in Multnomah County Circuit Court on three felony murder charges, one felony assault charge, three felony weapons charges and two misdemeanor counts of intimidation. You've got no safe place.

The rally's organizer Joey Gibson, told KGW ( http://bit.ly/2rkrPbI ) he is a libertarian promoting free speech.

Officers tightened their grip on his arms as he added, "Death to the enemies of America". A witness later said Christian called Muslims "criminals" and yelled "get off the bus and out of this country because you don't pay taxes here".

In an emotional interview, Mangum told Fox affiliate KPTV this weekend that she wanted "to say thank you to the people who put their life on the line for me, because they didn't even know me".

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The defendent told police that he has no mental health issues, no income and can not recall the last time he had a permanent address. He has been released from the hospital and attended Christian's first court hearing, where a scar on his neck was visible.

Surveillance video then shows Christian turn his attention to Namkai-Meche, who was seated.

Christian attacked the men after they tried to protect two young black girls at whom Christian was yelling racist and anti-Muslim remarks.

The report said when Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche, 23, and Micah Fletcher, 21, intervened, with the latter pushing Christian, he took out a knife and concealed it in his hand.

Since Trump's election, Portland has led all major metropolitan areas in reported hate crimes, Mayor Ted Wheeler's office said.

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Like the letter she penned to President Donald Trump on Memorial Day, the photos of Deliverance emphasize the importance of Americans uniting to comfort one another and defend marginalized people from bigotry - the way her son and Best did on that train.

"I didn't want to hear it".

Please condemn any acts of violence, which result directly from hate speech & hate groups.

Prohibiting a rally based on the political views of demonstrators would be unconstitutional even though "our hearts are broken" following the stabbings, said Mat Dos Santos, the legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon.

Christian, who faces aggravated murder and other charges, did not enter a plea.

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The 35-year-old was known to be involved with white nationalist groups and was recently photographed at a recent alt-right protest giving a Nazi salute and shouting: "Die, Muslims!"

Portland white supremacist describes stabbings to court: 'I call it patriotism'