A Multnomah County Circuit Judge ignored sentencing guidelines for a leader of the Antifa terror group in Portland, Oregon, after he was found guilty of two counts of felony second-degree sexual abuse with a teenage boy and girl in the same week. Instead of the following the sentencing guidelines, the judge instead, gave the Antifa leader, Micah Isaiah Rhodes a slap on the wrist.

Apparently, masked domestic terrorists are held to a different standard than maskless Americans in Oregon.

Oregon Live reports- For the second time in recent weeks, Portland protest leader Micah Isaiah Rhodes stood before an Oregon judge ready to go to prison for having sexual contact with an underage teen.

And for the second time, an Oregon judge agreed to veer from state sentencing recommendations and give Rhodes five years of probation.

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Multnomah County Circuit Judge Jerry Hodson on Monday said he wouldn’t send Rhodes to prison for two to 2 ½ years because he believes Rhodes earnestly is trying to change despite the prosecution’s arguments to the contrary.

“I can tell that you’re sincere and I can tell that you’ve grown a lot over the last couple of years,” Hodson said as Rhodes wiped away tears.

Rhodes was 20 and 21 at the time of his crimes, in 2014 and 2015.

Portland Police face off with demonstrators on SW 5th avenue after the City Council voted on a new contract with the police union, Oct. 12, 2016. Micah Rhodes raises his hands with other demonstrators. (Mike Zacchino/Staff)

In March, Rhodes pleaded guilty to two counts of felony second-degree sexual abuse for at least twice having sexual contact with a 17-year-old boy. Investigators say Rhodes met the boy on a gay dating app, and the contact happened in Gresham and Troutdale.

Days earlier, a Washington County jury had found Rhodes guilty of second-degree sexual abuse of a 17-year-old girl. A defense memo said the contact happened after the girl went to watch a movie with Rhodes at his mother’s house.


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