Print To the editor: The photo of an unarmed woman sitting on a Portland, Ore. The heavily armed federal officers wore camouflage fatigues.
The woman wore nothing but a stocking cap and a facial covering. Amid a raging pandemic, her mask presented the most powerful and important image of an intensely contentious moment.
During a year filled with devastating infections and deaths, it is inspiring to see a most unlikely but indeed courageous hero on an American Single white athletic man for cute asian. Arnold Friedman, Sherman Oaks. To the editor: Please, more reporting on Portland.
I have been stunned by what I have seen. A line of women proclaiming themselves to be moms, including at least one heavily pregnant woman, were attacked with gas and Single housewives wants casual sex Corona by unidentifiable camo-wearing thugs on the streets of an American city.
She is aptly named for the warrior goddess of ancient Greece.
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Sheila Cassidy Federman, Ventura. Advertisement To the editor: Why is the L.
Times trying to glamorize a naked female sitting in the middle of a road in Portland? The Times should view this as beyond shameful conduct.
Advertisement To the editor: I read with deep concern about the violence perpetrated by federal law enforcement agencies against peaceful protesters in Portland.
Ellen Rosenblum is filing suit against the relevant federal agencies.
All governors and attorneys general should in that suit. All of us need to stand against what brings to mind the fascist acts against citizens in the Soviet Bismarck ND wife swapping and Nazi Germany.
If this can happen in Portland, it can happen .