Justice! Judge Orders Antifa Defendants to Pay $300K to Andy Ngo for 2019 Attack

Nick Kangadis | August 22, 2023
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Who would’ve thunk it? The justice system in Portland, Oregon actually worked the way it should, with actual victims being validated, while the criminals are held accountable.

Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Chanpone Sinlapasai ruled in favor of Post Millennial senior editor Andy Ngo, ordering three Antifa defendants - who were found in default for not responding to Ngo's complaint - to pay Ngo $100,000 each.

According to the Post Millennial:

Defendants Corbyn "Katherine" Belyea, Madison "Denny" Lee Allen, and Sammich Overkill Schott-Deputy were found liable by Judge Sinaplasai for assault, battery, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.[…]

Defendants Belyea, Allen, and Schott-Deputy were allegedly involved in the June 29, 2019 attack on Ngo, in which he was brutally beaten by a mob of alleged members of Rose City Antifa while reporting on an event in Portland, Oregon, according to Ngo's complaint. This attack received national attention and is most commonly referred to as the "milkshake" incident. Ngo was left severely injured and was admitted to the hospital as a result of this attack, which caused a significant injury to Ngo's brain.

Related: Antifa Lawyer Appears to Intimidate Jury in Andy Ngo Case to Find His Attackers Not Liable

For those that might’ve forgotten, here’s a clip from the 2019 attack on Ngo:

 

Ngo tweeted about the decision by the court.

"While it will continue to be a steep uphill battle to collect today's awarded damages given the default defendants' history of evasion, I remain determined to hold Antifa and its members accountable for their violent attacks," Ngo wrote.

It’s way past time that the communists in Antifa feel some level of repercussions for their radical, fascist actions against anyone that isn’t in line with their far-left ideology/religion.

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