The video shows the deputy – an unidentified bald man calling himself Mark – “Antifa Motherf – Cares are causing hell, and there are a lot of lives at stake and a lot of people’s wealth at stake because these people have few Revenge is found. “He also warned” Antifa or other insane leftists “attacking firefighters.
Craig Roberts, Clackamas County Sheriff, said in a statement to Oregon Public Broadcasting, “As soon as I was made aware of the incident, I moved swiftly to keep this deputy on leave during the investigation. The Sheriff’s Office mission is to provide calm and security, especially during unprecedented times such as these. I expect nothing less from our duties, and apologize to everyone in our community. ”
The nearby Mulnoma County Sheriff Department released Similar warning On reports of illegally setting out posts and detaining passers-by of groups of armed citizens. The department did not respond to a request for comment on whether the illegal stops were related to conspiracy theories related to Antifa.
“While we understand that their intention is to keep the community safe, it is never legal to block public roads or force other citizens to stop. This type of action increases the risk of injury on all of these obstacles, ”the declaration read.
Anti-fascist arsonists have no basis for the available facts, and law enforcement agencies have had to work to disguise conspiracy theories that in a situation already precipitate chaos with uncertainty and Law enforcement diverts resources with the help of needy residents. This forest fire in Oregon has burned one lakh acres of crop, which is the highest in the record. The blasts have consumed entire towns, with dozens more missing and dozens more missing. A man described by police as a “local transient” has been charged with arson in connection with a fire. Local officials say the 41-year-old has no connection with anti-fascist activists.
Earlier this week in the West Coast as well as in dark smoke-ridden cities, Governor Kate Brown warned, “We expect to see a lot of damage in both structures and human life. This may be the biggest loss of human life and property due to wildfire in the history of our state. “