Portland State Gaza agitators turn violent, prevent ambulance from reaching campus chief of police during medical emergency

Video footage shows Chief Willie Halliburton lying on the ground with officers tending to him.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA

The chief of police at Portland State University was hospitalized after a medical emergency on Thursday while responding to violent attacks at the Gaza direct action on campus. Rioters attempted to block the ambulance from picking up the chief and there were multiple arrests made.  

Video footage showed Chief Willie Halliburton lying on the ground with officers tending to him. He was shaking and appeared to have lost consciousness, according to the clip. It's unclear what type of medical emergency he was suffering from. He was later brought to the hospital, according to KEYE.  

Rioters reportedly blocked the ambulance, according to journalist Andy Ngo, senior editor of the Post Millennial.  

Several people were arrested on various charges, including felony assault on a police officer and trespassing. Sarah Rose Netto, 31, was booked into Multnomah County jail on these charges, jail records show.  

Video footage shows rioters assaulting police officers and hurling abusive language at them.  

Among those screaming at the responding police officers was Amanda Siebe, a failed left-wing congressional candidate in Portland who was prominent in the BLM/Antifa riots in 2020. She often brought her disability-support dog to the riots with her.  

The same group of Antifa militants carried out a violent occupation of the PSU library earlier this month, during which the building's interior was completely vandalized in the name of justice for Gaza. The library will be closed until September for extensive repairs, which is estimated to cost $750,000. 

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