First Name : Michelle

Last Name : Burrows

Approx. Age : 65

State : Oregon

Tags : Portland Antifa  


Michelle Renee Burrows (born Nov. '57) is the "civil rights" attorney who acted as the defense counsel during Andy Ngo's lawsuit against two Portland Antifa members who assaulted him (John Hacker and Elizabeth Richter) in 2019. While everyone, including Antifa, has a right to an attorney, Burrows said in closing arguments that she's antifascist and Antifa and that she had a t-shirt printed that said "I am Antifa" that she intends to wear after the trial. Burrows claimed Antifa is an organization of activists fighting for civil rights and that resistance has never been peaceful. She may have engaged in jury intimidation at the trial when she told jurors she would remember each and every one of their faces. Burrows has numerous moving violations and appears to have had sizeable federal and state tax liens. She claims to have spent the last 30 years suing the police and prisons. It must be profitable because her one-lawyer law firm reportedly pulls in over $500K a year in revenue. She lives in a townhome in southwest Portland.,,

Posted By : Anonymous in August 2023
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