Posted by Curt on 25 June, 2023 at 12:58 pm. 1 comment.


by Andy Ngo

A Portland Antifa member who spent years in prison for a child sex crime conviction pleaded guilty this morning to stabbing a black conservative livestreamer during the 2020 BLM-Antifa riots.

Blake David Hampe, 46, pleaded guilty in a sweetheart deal to felony second-degree attempted assault. He will serve no prison time, instead getting three years of probation. The charge is downgraded from the original felony second-degree assault charge. A felony charge of unlawful use of a weapon was dropped in the plea deal.

On July 25, 2020—during the height of the nightly far-left rioting in downtown Portland—Hampe was recorded on video stabbing Andrew Duncomb. Duncomb was hospitalized and narrowly survived being paralyzed as the blade pierced inches from his spinal cord.

Andrew Duncomb was taken into an ambulance in the July 2020 stabbing attack by Antifa member Blake Hampe

Andrew Duncomb in hospital emergency room
Hampe had his face covered with a helmet and goggles during the attack and nearly escaped. This reporter witnessed him being captured by a protest crowd who mistook him for being a right-winger following the stabbing. After he was booked into jail, Hampe’s $250,000 bond was covered by a far-left bail support group.

The case dragged on for nearly three years with multiple trial dates pushed back. During this time, Antifa extremists in Portland intimidated Duncomb for his participation in the case by targeting him at his place of employment. In March this year, Antifa harassed him at a grocery store and successfully had him fired as security over false claims he is a white supremacist.

Despite Hampe failing to show up to several court dates, the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office under Mike Schmidt offered him the sweetheart resolution deal.

Pedophile Antifa member

Hampe was active in the Portland Antifa militant circles for several years and has been witnessed by this reporter at multiple direct actions in 2019 and 2020 where he wears clothing featuring children’s cartoon characters. He had a particular hatred for the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. immigration and border officers. His past criminal history appears to shed light as to why.

Blake Hampe stood out for wearing children’s themed-clothing to Antifa direct actions in Portland
In 2008, Hampe was federally convicted for possessing child sex abuse content after he was caught by U.S. Customs and Border Protection with the material on a computer upon re-entering from Nova Scotia, Canada. According to court records, officers grew suspicious of Hampe’s nervous behavior and seeing children’s toys and underwear in his car in September 2006.

“In addition to the sleeping bags, there were children’s stickers, children’s underwear, children’s towels or blankets with super heroes printed on them and packages of trading cards,” wrote an investigator in a court filing. “The officers also found 12 -15 condoms, a container of personal lubricant, a camera, a cell phone and an Apple laptop computer.”

Court evidence about Blake Hampe’s pedophile criminal case in Maine
During questioning about the children’s items but before he was asked about the child sex abuse content, Hampe said he teaches music to autistic children.

Hampe was sentenced to nearly three-and-half years in prison. He served three years before being released early and relocating from Maine to Portland, Ore. in 2011.

Antifa member and convicted pedophile Blake Hampe posted about his diaper and puppy play fetishes on social media
In an account he operates on Reddit under the username, “br0k3nr0b0t,” Hampe posted about his diaper fetish. In a 2019 post after this reporter was beaten by Antifa and hospitalized for a brain bleed Hampe posted about being there and “pointing” me out to the black bloc.

“I pointed him out to Black Bloc and the shakes started to fly,” Hampe wrote. “He also got smacked upside his head with a Slow sign. His blood was real.”

Read more

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x