These are the real heroes
Namkai-Meche's mother, Asha Deliverance, first announced that he was one of the victims in a Facebook post Saturday."Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, My dear baby boy passed on yesterday while protecting two young Muslim girls from a racist man on the train in Portland," she wrote. "He was a hero and will remain a hero on the other side of the veil. Shining bright star I love you forever."
Rick Best, one of two men killed in a brutal attack Friday aboard a MAX train, was a city of Portland employee, Army veteran and onetime candidate for Clackamas County commissioner.
Here he is back on April 29th even the don't tred on me dudes want nothing to do with him at a "free speech rally
His FBPage has a really creepy cover photo and a very unstable post from the day before that rally.
Then there's tons of freaky stuff like this
Police say the Portland suspect harassed 2 young Muslim women, one wearing a hijab. When male witnesses intervened he stabbed them to death. pic.twitter.com/HUR4Qipy4b— NBC Nightly News (@NBCNightlyNews) May 28, 2017
Witnesses: Man Cut the Throats of Two MAX Passengers Who Tried to Stop Anti-Muslim Bullying of Women on Train https://t.co/d8YYvgADs0— JJ MacNab (@jjmacnab) May 27, 2017
@itsmikebivins He's got quite the criminal record: robbery, kidnapping, weapons charges, parole violations, failure to appear in court, contempt.— JJ MacNab (@jjmacnab) May 27, 2017