Dateline Thursday September 12, 2013 – Portland Oregon: The union thug who disrupted a “Right to Work” event held on the campus of Clark College in Vancouver WA last Thursday has been identified. According to Vancouver Police, Wyatt McMinn, age 34, of Portland was put under arrest and charged with Criminal Trespassing. As clearly seen in the video (embedded below), McMinn refused to leave the building and move to the sidewalk. Several women in the audience are clearly frightened by McMinn and three other union perps who disrupted the event. In accordance with Vancouver Police policy no mugshot was taken or in any case would have been released. My screen shot will have to suffice.
Here’s an excerpt from the cascade press release which summarizes what McMinn and his buddies were up to:
Several dozen union protesters marched outside Clark College’s Columbia Tech Center in Vancouver … the hostile group tried to block attendees from entering the event venue scheduled to hold the first Northwest Employee Freedom One Night Event, …
After yelling, harassing, and shoving event attendees and organizers, protesters entered the venue and began shouting and using bullhorns to disrupt the event. The keynote speaker, Mackinac Center for Public Policy’s labor expert Vincent Vernuccio, was also spat on by a protester. The Vancouver Police Department was called and escorted protesters out of the event center. The two who refused to leave were arrested for trespassing.
In the end only one perp, McMinn was arrested and charged. McMinn is Vice-President of the Painters Local 10, and you are not going to be surprised at the company he keeps. According to an article in a northwest labor newsletter, McMinn volunteered at “Right 2 Dream Too” offering the following quote: “Housing should be a human right for everybody.” (as one alert reader quipped: “He now has the right to go to jail.”) Of course “Right to Dream Too” was founded by none other than Ibrahim Mubarak who is featured in the very same article. Mubarak is widely known as the person caught on tape leading a group in racist slurs against blacks participating in a Portland TEA Party in 2011. According to Willamette Week his real name is Keith Jackson and he’s a convicted crack dealer also accused by the editor of Street Roots of embezzling and dealing drugs with the camp’s funds. His wife also called Portland police to report spousal abuse back in 2001.
According to at least one source McMinn might be up for some hefty fines and could very well do time:
“Washington state trespassing charges are all misdemeanors or gross-misdemeanors, meaning they are punishable by up to either 90 days in jail and a $1000 fine for a misdemeanor, or up to 1 year and jail and a $5000 fine for a gross-misdemeanor.”
One can only hope.
From the Cast Page for the Documentary “Occupy Unmasked”: Inspired by Andrew Beitbart and James O’Keefe, Dan Sandini is an independent citizen journalist working out of Portland, Oregon. He is a staunch advocate of the First Amendment. In 2010 he was assaulted by Democrat thugs for having the temerity to record a speech by then gubernatorial candidate John Kitzhaber. He produced a video of the Orwellian experience, which has received almost 70,000 views. Following the 2011 Tax Day TEA Party he produced videos detailing the hateful rhetoric and behavior of the Left, including homophobia, racism, anti-Americanism, and threats of violence. These videos have been seen by over 1 Million people and were featured on The Glenn Beck Program, The O’Reilly Factor, and Sean Hannity.