Last night, Antifa black bloc militants beat up pro-Black Lives Matter photographer Mason Lake, who was accused of communicating with Portland Police.
A bounty had been placed on Lake's head by Antifa via social media as instigators began to dox him, publishing his work address and phone number.
"Give him a call and let him know how you feel about him keeping a file of bloc folks that he turns over to pigs," one harasser threatened before revealing Lake's phone number. "What's that saying, snitches get..." This was tweeted with the below video.
"Portland Snitch Warning" published screen shots of a text exchange last month, revealing that Lake had admitted to stockpiling footage and pictures of rioters and submitting the evidence anonymously to police.
"I'm not working with the cops technically. You know I roll ACAB," Lake wrote. "They have been assaulting peaceful protestors and attacking journalists."
Lake took approximately a dozen punches to the head. He alleged that another journalist was also brutalized in the same fashion. Lake blamed federal officers for the vicious attacks on members of the media despite the video evidence showing otherwise.
"The feds are taking us journalists out one by one with any means at their disposal," Lake wrote on Twitter, claiming that federal law enforcement were framing, intimidating, and attempting murder, which are "all fascist, dictatorship tactics."
Lake tweeted further: "Why are they trying to eliminate the media? What do they have to hide? It is war crimes. Pure & simple, they are trying to hide their war crimes against Portland citizens by censoring the press."
The Post Millennial has reached out to Lake for comment and has not heard back by the time of publication.