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As a former Marine, said at the protest that he was “a soldier” Antifa members, in self-defence if they come under attack, recently had his five guns seized by the FBI, according to reports.
The temporary seizure, due to the usage of the in Oregon, the “red flag” law, which allows law enforcement agencies and family members to seek a court order to the weapons of an individual is seen as potentially violent. These laws are often opposed by those who support the Second Amendment ” gun rights.”
The ex-Marine, Shane Kohfield, 32, was not charged with any crime, but surrendered five guns, including an AR-15 rifle, according to Phil Lemman, Oregon, acting deputy state court administrator, and the Washington post reported.
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The action was reportedly prompted by comments made Kohfield, in public, during a demonstration outside the home of a Portland, ore., Mayor Ted Wheeler, in August, the Oregonian/OregonLive reported.
“If Antifa is to the point where they start killing us, I’m going to them next,” Kohfield told the crowd, according to the Oregonian. “I would be for them to be killed, and I have to have a detailed plan as to how I should swipe in from the Antifa.”
Kohfield said before, in the united states. Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, a former Navy SEAL, and to share their concerns about the Antifa, and vote in support of the fact that the group was declared a terrorist organisation, a step taken by the President He has to be considered.
Portland has been the site of frequent violent clashes between members of extremist left-wing Antifa and members of conservative groups such as the Pride in the Boys. The mayor and other city officials have faced criticism for their handling of such events.
On the basis of a court order, Kohfield – who has served two tours of duty in Iraq, was committed to a veterans hospital for 20 days, and have been excluded from participating in the subsequent protests in Portland.
According to the Oregonian, Kohfield admitted that he probably appeared to be threatening to other people, but he never had the intention to cause harm.
“I’m looking to hang out,” he told the newspaper. “I was dangerous, and the training is too dangerous.”
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The FBI would not comment on the matter, the Oregonian reported. It was unclear as to when the Kohfield the weapons would be returned to him.
The Oregon Legislature narrowly passed the state with a red flag to the law in 2017, with no Republican support in the house, and with the support of just one Republican in the u.s. Senate. Gov. – Kate Brown, a Democrat, signed the legislation on Aug. 15 of the same year, and the law took effect Jan. 1, 2018.