An Antifa member from Portland, Oregon is facing no prison time after he admitted to stabbing a black conservative live-streamer during the 2020 Black Lives Matter riots, according to The Post Millennial. The 46-year-old Blake David Hampe was previously serving prison for the pedophilic crime of possessing explicit images of children.
The incident occurred on July 25, 2020, when Hampe was recorded stabbing Andrew Duncomb. Duncomb survived but was nearly paralyzed as the blade used was inches from his spinal cord. Hampe almost got away after covering his face with his helmet and goggles but was stopped by other protestors when they thought he was the right-winger. After being arrested, Hampe was released on a $250,000 bond, which was paid for by a far-left bail support group.
As the court case was postponed and pushed back several times over the next three years, Duncomb was targeted by the anarchist group and its allies. He was eventually fired from his job as a security guard after Antifa members claimed the black conservative was a white supremacist.
The grocery store, Fred Meyer, capitulated to the demands. Duncomb said that as he was helping a customer find an item, he saw that he was being recorded by a man in a wheelchair named Dustin B. Ferreira. Ferreira was part of the Antifa mob that threatened journalist Andy Ngo for his work capturing the riots and malicious tactics of the extremist group.
Hampe has described his hatred for the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. immigration officers. In 2008, as he tried to re-enter the U.S. from Canada, he was caught by U.S. Customs and Border Protection with explicit abuse content of children on his computer. Officers reportedly became skeptical of him when they noticed children’s toys and underwear in his car.