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Attorneys Paint Right-Wing Activists As Nonviolent Bystanders in Day One of Patriot Prayer Riot Trial

Attorneys representing Patriot Prayer members challenge violent characterization of clients.

by Alex Zielinski

“On May 1, 2019, Portland had a heck of a day,” said Multnomah County deputy district attorney Brad Kalbaugh Monday morning, kicking off opening arguments in the long-awaited trial against three members of the right-wing activist group Patriot Prayer. 
The case centers on a street brawl that took place the afternoon of May 1, 2019, outside the now-shuttered bar Cider Riot in Northeast Portland. The clash began after members of Patriot Prayer, led by founder Joey Gibson, approached Cider Riot’s patio, where anti-fascist activists were unwinding after a day of May Day marches.…

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