A protester struck in the head by a stun grenade filed a federal lawsuit this week—even as “Tiny” Toese made his court appearance.
He was returning from American Samoa, and arrested at the airport Friday night.
After punching a Portland man in the face, Toese left Washington state for his homeland of American Samoa.
In other news: A Proud Boy was sentenced to eight days in jail.
Flippo attacked Ledwith on a city sidewalk outside the context of a political brawl.
Last month, Nicholas Carefelle posted bail for self-avowed Proud Boy Donovan Flippo, who had been arrested for an alleged 2018 assault.
The $750 payment raises questions about the association between an immigration detention contractor and far-right brawlers.
Donovon Flippo, a Proud Boy who has rallied with Patriot Prayer supporters, allegedly participated in an assault on June 8, 2018.
Subpoenas shared with WW show that both Flippo and Toese face a charge of assault in the third degree.