Federal Police Raid Occupy ICE Protest Encampment in Portland, Oregon

HeadlineJun 29, 2018

In Portland, Oregon, federal police from the Department of Homeland Security, wearing riot gear and wielding batons, raided an “Occupy ICE” encampment outside the offices of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, arresting at least eight people and clearing a path for Portland’s ICE office to reopen. The building had been effectively shut down for 11 days, after activists set up a 24/7 protest encampment demanding the agency be abolished.

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