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Indiana Man Pleads Guilty To Protest Violence

(Portland, OR) -- An Indiana man has pleaded guilty in a Portland federal court to committing violence during demonstrations. Federal prosecutors say Malik Fard Muhammad traveled to Portland with his girlfriend from their home in Indianapolis to violently engage in riots. Muhammad is accused of throwing Molotov cocktails at police, providing baseball bats to demonstrators and breaking windows on buildings. He also allegedly trained extremist groups in Louisville, Kentucky. Muhammad pleaded guilty to two counts of possessing unregistered destructive devices.

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