'You've no safe place', Portland white supremacist tells court

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"Get out if you don't like free speech", Christian said while he was being arraigned on murder charges before Judge Paul G. Crowley at the Multnomah Justice Center in Portland Paul G. Crowley at the Multnomah Justice Center in Portland. One of the women was wearing a hijab.

Prosecutors say the man charged with stabbing three men aboard a Portland light-rail train confessed while in the back seat of a patrol auto after his arrest.

"I just kept telling him, 'You're not alone". And we've been told that there could be additional charges in the coming days.

When the passengers intervened, the violence began. "We started running for our lives", said Ms. Mangum. Christian-like many of his ilk-has constructed an insane line of reasoning in his brain that makes him believe that an uneducated, homeless felon drinking Kool-Aid and tequila on public transportation is a superior human being simply because he is white.

The documents then alleged Christian stabbed Mr Fletcher and Mr Namkai-Meche following a shoving match.

When medics arrived to take Namkai-Meche to the hospital, he told her: "Tell everyone on this train I love them".

You have said that you will be President for all Americans.

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Christian appeared in court on aggravated murder and other charges Tuesday, but he didn't enter a plea. He also posted a Facebook video at the time which showed himself performing a Nazi salute.

Randy Blazak, chairman of the Oregon Coalition Against Hate Crime, told NPR though that long entrenched attitudes and policies would be hard to uproot.

Ms. Hudson shared a link to a crowdfunding campaign for mental health services for the two teens, who are, according to the fundraiser's page, "suffering enormous trauma in the aftermath" of the episode. Michaels said the girls told her they had felt threatened.

The campaign raised more than $14,500 as of early May 29. Fletcher survived and was released from the hospital Monday.

While in the back of a Portland police vehicle, Christian confessed to the stabbing and told officers, "I can die a happy man", according to court documents. Two men were killed.

Portland stabbing victim Taliesin Myrddin. He said one of the men on the train kept resisting him, despite his threats. Detectives are looking into his background and extremist ideology, police said. "As much as I can, in whatever way I can", he said.

"There are attempts to whitewash this incident as an anomaly, to depoliticize the situation, saying that the alt-right, the Klan, whoever, those supporting the alt-right and those the alt-right so vigorously supports should not be blamed for the actions of a mentally ill man. Nonsense. I'm a kid from Portland".

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His next court appearance will be June 7. "He died fighting the good fight protecting the innocent", his eldest son, Erik, told KATU News. "He was a hero and will remain a hero on the other side of the veil". Oh yeah, you're right I do.

Mr. Meche, 23, graduated past year from Reed College in Portland with a bachelor's degree in economics, the college said on its website.

"It's okay to be in shock", said Mayor Ted Wheeler. Rick Best was an Army veteran.

Destinee and her friend moved to the back of the train.

"He was saying that Muslims should die", Ms. Hudson said.

The FBI and U.S. Attorney for OR are working with Portland police.

Chapman was arrested at a March 4 protest in Berkeley, the birthplace of the USA free speech movement in the 1960s that has become a flashpoint for the extreme left and right since Trump's election.

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Christian attended a similar rally in late April wearing an American flag around his neck and carrying a baseball bat. You got no safe place.