ANTIFA (Anti-Fascists) and Black Lives Matter (BLM) leader Micah Rhodes was found guilty of the statutory rape of an underage girl and was sentenced to probation by a Democratic Party judge on March 12, 2018. Rhodes is a protégé of radical billionaire George Soros.
The 24-year-old Rhodes, who received generous funding from the coffers of Soros as part of the Antifa Portland Resistance group, was found guilty by a Washington County Circuit Court jury of statutory rape. The victims of his illicit sexual actions have not had their identities revealed by the police or the County prosecutors.
“A major issue facing America’s leftist groups is the advances of sexual predators on pre- pubescent and pubescent girls and boys. In fact, one of the anti-Trump movement’s rising stars is an ex-convict who was prosecuted for having illicit sexual relations with both a girl and a boy who are considered minors in the state of Oregon,” said former Bergen Township sheriff. and retired Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent Larry Sinclair.
Police arrested one of the anti-Trump resistance leaders in the liberal-left city of Portland, Oregon after authorities say he violated a condition of his probation, prohibiting him from having any contact with minors.
Micah Rhodes was “ordered to stay away from anyone under 18” after being convicted of criminal sexual abuse this year for incidents that occurred in 2014 and 2015, Oregon Live reports.
Rhodes was put on probation this year after being convicted on “three counts of second-degree sexual abuse for having illicit sexual contact with a 17-year-old girl in Washington County and a 17-year-old boy in Multnomah County. The sexual abuse occurred in 2014 and 2015, and Rhodes was 20 and 21 years old at the time.”
The Occupy ICE PDX camp had a number of minor children living in it, Oregon Live says, based on reports from other bloggers and reporters who visited the camp. Authorities have not released details of Rhodes’s alleged contact with minors, but the cramped quarters of the camp likely made it impossible for Rhodes to abide by the conditions of his probation, which mandate a certain distance from all minor children.
It is not clear, either, whether Rhodes lived full time at the camp. He does run a group called “Portland’s Resistance,” which was involved in the Occupy ICE protests in Portland and which seems to have visited the camp regularly. A blogger named Robert West allegedly filmed Rhodes at a protest outside Portland’s ICE headquarters back in June before the Occupy ICE PDX camp broke ground.
A judge will hear Rhodes’ case next week. He faces up to 30 months in prison.