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Post Millennial Reporter Threatened By Alleged Antifa Affiliates

Andy Ngo Was Also Harassed By Alleged Antifa Affiliates On His Way To Court Tuesday Morning

The Post Millennial’s Katie Daviscourt, who has been covering the outlet’s senior editor Andy Ngo’s civil trial against Rose City Antifa and alleged affiliates, was reportedly threatened by alleged Antifa affiliates at Multnomah Courthouse in Portland, Oregon on Tuesday.

Defendant Elizabeth Renee Richter, along with Danialle James and one other confronted Daviscourt inside the courthouse as she waited for an elevator, according to The Post Millennial reporter.

The group reportedly called Daviscourt a “fascist” and a “liar” regarding her reporting on Ngo’s trial.

“Get in the elevator with us,” the group said. “Why won’t you get in the elevator with us? We want you in here.”

Richter gave The Post Millennial reporter a “death glare,” Daviscourt said per the outlet.

The Post Millennial reporter decided not to enter the elevator out of concern for her safety.

“She is roaming around with other members of Antifa,” Daviscourt wrote in a post to X, formerly known as Twitter. “They called me a plethora of names and implied threats.”

“Very unprofessional.”

James reportedly assists Richter in an X account which has been used to doxx people.

The Post Millennial reporter informed the outlet about the incident, which involved fellow defendant John Hacker asking, “Why are you lying in your reporting?”

The defendant specifically questioned why Daviscourt had reported on alleged Antifa affiliates harassing people at the courthouse claiming “right-wingers” were harassing and interrupting court proceedings, per The Post Millennial.

The outlet’s reporter also said “tensions were running high” as the jury went into deliberations.

“This has been an unbelievable journey of chaos,” Daviscourt shared on X.

Later Tuesday afternoon, Daviscourt reported alleged Antifa members were recording footage of her inside the courthouse.

“This not only violates court orders, but it’s the same people that had threatened me earlier,” she wrote, referring to the incident as “press intimidation.”

The Post Millennial reporter said she would have recorded them back in response, though the action would have violated Judge Champone P. Sinlapasai’s orders explicitly banning video recording.

Ngo was also harassed by alleged Antifa affiliates on his way to court Tuesday morning, the outlet reported.

Richter had previously approached Daviscourt in the courthouse during the trial referring to her as a “fascist.”

Members of the jury have reportedly expressed concern over fear of being doxxed with Sinlapasai.

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