The eviction blockade at the Red House continues amid news that the property developer may be interested in selling the house back to the Kinney family at cost.
Someone who lives a few houses down from one of the blockades at red house just brought some pallets and said “please please find a way to use these against the cops.” He pointed at the barricade and said “I brought that that’s from me! From my yard! That makes me so happy!” ?? pic.twitter.com/BNSsUPZH1j— Alissa Azar (@R3volutionDaddy) December 11, 2020
Shots fired near the house in a grey sedan with dealer plates. Everyone is ok.— Alissa Azar (@R3volutionDaddy) December 12, 2020
Please get down to red house if you can. People are exhausted and need breaks, lots of help and support are needed. People are running on fumes— Alissa Azar (@R3volutionDaddy) December 12, 2020
Not much live reporting is happening today, and everyone is strongly discouraged from sharing photos taken inside the barricades for safety reasons. You can see one set of responses to that in the articles below.
- Alissa Azar @R3volutionDaddy – CashApp: $pdxalissa / Venmo: @R3volutionDaddy
- Melissa “Claudio” Lewis – Cashapp: $ClaudioReport / Venmo: Claudio_Report
- Suzette Smith
- Black and Indigenous Portland family appears to have raised enough money to buy back ‘red house,’ but no deal struck
- Portland family’s path to ‘red house’ foreclosure was long, filled with bizarre twists
- Sovereign citizen ideology embraced by Kinney son, mother in ‘red house’ legal fight: ‘This case is a political case’
- Activists work to block journalists from full, accurate coverage of occupation outside ‘red house’ in N. Portland
- Portland police to move traffic officers, canine cops to patrol next year to fill shifts, cut overtime and improve response times
- Portland ‘Red House’ occupation persists for 4th day; owner offers to sell property back to family
- Close-up video shows Kevin E. Peterson Jr. fired on while running from deputies
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