Blue Lives Matter Snitch Sorbeah Amr Almosa Caught on Camera with Mace

Blue Lives Matter Rat in Portland
Blue Lives Matter Rat in Portland
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Category: Snitches - Cop Callers
Last Known Home Address:
17905 NE COLE WITTER RD

This unidentified snitch attacked several Antifa and/or Black Lives Matter protesters in downtown Portland tonight with mace. She showed up at the federal courthouse with a small group of Blue Lives Matter counter-protesters and once people confronted them they fled to the 711 and called the cops. On the way there she maced anyone that got close to her. When the cops showed up she was seen snitching on the crowd. The police came to their aid quickly and demonstrated a double standard that exists in policing. When people show up to protest the police they use force, but when people show up to support the police they can get away with almost anything. Even after some of the Antifa and/or Black Lives Matter people started snitching on her, the police still had her back.


Tonight there were plenty of rats on both sides. Someone needs to clean their own laundry. It makes the anti-police movement look bad to see people that claim to be protesting the police give them information that could lead to someone's arrest. It does not matter if the person you are snitching on is a Nazi. You are still a snitch.


Watch the video below to see what happened.


UPDATE: We finally learned that according to Rose City Antifa that the name of this woman is Sorbeah Amr Almosa a.k.a. Ara Almosa. Learn more at https://rosecityantifa.org/articles/a22/


Possible email address:

sobemoses[at]gmail.com


This post has been updated to contain the name Sorbeah Amr Almosa a.k.a. Ara Almosa due to her being mentioned by name in a recent article by Rose City Antifa.

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