On a contradiction between City Police Chief and Mayors Portland, Oregon City Council voted narrowly on Wednesday to stop working with the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTFF) on the basis of alleged observation of left activists and arguing that partnership between local officials and federal authorities was ultimately ineffective .
Law enforcement officials said that 2017 A similar decision by San Francisco officials poses a threat to society and that NYPD membership in the JTTF has helped many terrorists, including possible Times. Square Bomber Faisal Shahzad.
Portland, the virulent left city, whose mayor said "can't wait" to get out of duty had a serious relationship with the JTTF. The city joined the partnership in the 1
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The latest decomposition with JTTF was narrow, with mayor Ted Wheeler, who at the end of last year smiled that "can't wait" to leave his job – and another commissioner supporting the law enforcement coalition. Portland's ironically named police chief, Danielle Outlaw, said that the partnership would ultimately benefit both the city and the FBI, and repeatedly sought local officials to share immigration information with the JTTF.
"As law enforcement officers and as a community, we need to be vigilant on these issues, but we also need to be vigilant about real threats and because people are going to harm our community," Outlaw said. This Week's Twitter Video
Nick Fish, Commissioner, voted for the JTTF agreement, said the retreat was the opposite.
"The FBI will continue to do this without our involvement," Fish said. “I would like to have my values at the table. Why can we withdraw and lose our ability to monitor our work? "
But other city leaders have looked at the role of the FBI in the city, and the city council has killed the partnership for 3-2 years. voice. This step will take effect within 60 days, although some other local law enforcement agencies will continue to work with JTTF
"How to justify the risk of civil and human rights abuses with constant involvement of the ICF?" One Commissioner Chloe Eudaly asked at a hearing this week, according to Oregon public broadcasting. "This is the most important question in this conversation."
Added another Commissioner Amanda Fritz: "Boston's involvement in the JTTF has not prevented the bombing of the Boston Marathon. The city of Portland participated in the JTTF. Fritz later said: "The current president has clearly expressed his opposition to Muslims, immigrants and colored people. It was hard for me to trust the President of the JTTF Obama. This is not possible now.
19659003] Members of the Commission also expressed concern that the FBI allocates too much resources to the study of the radical left-wing groups in Portland, but not to the wholesome peaks. One of those commissioners, Jo Ann Hardesty, presented a resolution on Portland's extradition from the JTTF
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full street, ”listening to the listener, Hardesty, a special agent responsible for FBI, Oregon. "We saw Portland police officers attack opponents. Is it a law enforcement model that corresponds to what you think should be their role? ”
However, such episodes were not limited to white top groups. In October last year, Antifa and Black Lives Matter protesters in Portland experienced a senior driver, attacked older citizens in wheelchairs orally and interfered with traffic in a weekend demonstration captured in a series of amazing videos – this also did not show the police when chaos came out
more than 100 people started marching through the streets of Oregon to protest against Patrick Kimmons, who was killed by the police on 30 September.
However, the scene quickly broke into violence as the footage was by outsiders who bleed from the head to the sidewalks.
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Portland does not trust law enforcement and the division of local order and even hygeine. Last summer, Portland city officials admitted that they would clean up what people call the "abominable" occupation ICE camp set up to protest against immigration and customs officials.
FBI officials in a statement in Oregon said they understood the frustration of the community and that their mission would remain unchanged
"The FBI's mission is to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution. Portland from the Joint Terrorism Task Force, This Mission Hasn't Changed, ”said FBI's High Representative Oregon, Cannon
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and other professional FBI workers who work on a daily basis to keep our community safe, will continue to take action to address the threats of violence and criminal activity affecting our districts, ”Cannon continued. "To this end, the FBI will continue to formally work with other members of the JTPF, as well as informally with states and districts across the state to share information and address threats."
Cannon added that "in recognizing the fears that exist in the community, we will continue to visit the community Leaders and we work together to make Oregon safe by addressing the factors that can lead to a wedge between us.
When witnessing the city council, two Portland police officers appointed the JTTF denied that they had violated any law or improperly profiled individuals.
However, other experts said the FBI also misplaced Muslims in the community. Kayse Jama, a local resident and Somali American, said the JTTF was contradictory to Portland's values
"I'm tired of this city, paying the thought of being a holy city," said Jama. "My community is very scary just by getting the door to the door."
According to Washington's DC-based heritage, more than 93 Islamist terrorist attacks and plots against the US were credited to the JTTF.
"There are fewer opportunities to uncover networks, parcels, missing puzzles besides cities involved in the JTPF," said a former US immigration and customs enforcement officer responsible for internal security investigations. Fox News