Andy Ngo Scores Big Legal Win Over Portland Antifa Terrorists

Andy Ngo Scores Big Legal Win Over Portland Antifa Terrorists

August 24, 2023

An Oregon judge has ruled in favor of conservative journalist Andy Ngo’s claims that he was brutally assaulted by members of Rose City Antifa during a June 2019 protest in downtown Portland.

Multnomah County Circuit Judge Chanpone Sinlapasai directed three defendants to individually compensate Ngo with $100,000, culminating in a total of $300,000 in damages, announced on Monday.

The ruling is some “vindication” for Ngo, as a Portland jury found two other defendants listed in the same civil suit not liable for the assault on August 8.

“It feels like some vindication for a really horrific, re-traumatizing process through the litigation process,” Ngo told Fox News Digital Thursday.

“Most people cannot understand how isolating, invasive and disturbing it can be to actually to face down people you allege have hurt you, and then to subject yourself to essentially inquisition by their defense, and their guests might make you even question your own sense of your injuries, your own reality,” he said.

In the virtual court session on Monday, Judge Sinlapasai found Corbyn (Katherine) Belyea, Madison “Denny” Lee Allen, and Joseph Evans (currently legally named Sammich Overkill Schott-Deputy) responsible for assault, battery, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

The three defendants reportedly did not show up to the hearing despite several summonses, giving Ngo the victory by default.

However, Ngo—the editor for Canadian news outlet The Post Millennial—predicted that collecting the funds “will pose serious challenges.”

“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,” he said on X, formerly known as Twitter.

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