Cernovich Posts Reward for Information Leading to Arrest of Andy Ngo Attackers

Mike Cernovich posted an offer from an anonymous donor offering up to $10,000 for information leading to arrests of Andy Ngo's attackers.


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  • Journalist Andy Ngo was brutally attacked June 29th by violent Antifa members dressed in black and wearing masks.
  • Mike Cernovich tweeted out that an anonymous guardian angel has offered $1,000 dollars to anyone with information leading to an attacker’s arrest.
  • Portland Police detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspects.
  • Laura Loomer posts a petition asking President Trump to declare Antifa a domestic terrorist group

Journalist Andy Ngo was brutally attacked while covering an event in Portland on June 29th, 2019. Violent and masked Antifa members stole his GoPro camera as they were beating him, but many others captured photos and video of the attack. Ngo suffered from a brain hemorrhage from the attack. A Go Fund Me page was created for him by Michelle Malkin and is up to $195,760 dollars.

Ngo’s attackers have not been brought to justice. Mike Cernovich tweeted that an anonymous guardian angel is offering $1,000 to anyone with information that leads to the attackers’s arrest. There are ten possible suspects, so the reward is offering up to $10,000. The following is just one photo of one of Andy Ngo’s attackers who wasn’t wearing a mask.

Portland police has several photos and are asking people to contact them if they have any information on the suspects.

Laura Loomer posted a petition in an article calling on President Trump to classify Antifa as a domestic terrorist group. If this petition reaches 100,000 signatures in 30 days it will get a review and official response from the White House.


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