Multnomah County "Justice" Center Smashed and Burned by Protesters

Justice Served at the "Justice Center"
Justice Served at the "Justice Center"
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Category: Corrections - Jail Staff
Current Jail Address:
1120 SW Third Ave.
Portland, Oregon 97204

The Multnomah County "Justice" Center was smashed and burned tonight by protesters that finally had enough of police brutality and fought back. This news is an especially satisfying sight to this author because I had my arm broken as a punishment by Multnomah County Sheriff's Office (MCSO) Deputy Timothy Barker in 2017, his fellow deputies helped him cover it up, and because the cameras in the housing units do not record they have gotten away with it so far. This morning I was overwhelmed with joy at the sight of their windows being just as broken as my arm was and seeing their offices burned just like the truth in my case.


Make no mistake, the people that marched on the Multnomah County Detention Center are genuine American heroes. The MCSO had this coming for a very long time due to decades of unchecked abuse (see the Brotherhood of the Strong 20 years ago https://copblaster.com/blast/3293/brotherhood-of-the-strong-prison-guard-gang-started-in-hawaii). Anyone that says otherwise is either a boot-licker or a cop. Pure and simple. This would only have been better had I been there and the inmates been freed. Other than that my only complaint is that they backed down when re-enforcement arrived.


Thank you heroes of Portland! You have made me believe in karma. I hope that this is only the beginning. I hope that there are more heroes out there that are ready and willing to smash and burn every temple of tyranny in this town. God bless you all, I love you!


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