The co-founder of Portland Resistance, a prominent Antifa group, was sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to two felony charges of sexual abuse of a 17-year-old boy in March, and being found guilty of one count of sexual abuse of a 17-year-old girl in a jury trial last week.
“I can tell that you’re sincere and I can tell that you’ve grown a lot over the last couple of years,” said Multnomah County Circuit Judge Jerry Hodson at the sentencing of Isaiah Rhodes.
Last week, Micah Rhodes, a prominent leader of Portland’s Resistance, was convicted of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor in a Washington court.
According to a report by Oregon Live, Rhodes, now 24, had sex with an underage girl when he was 20. The girl could not consent because she was not an adult.
He was previously registered as a sex offender stemming from a conviction of first-degree sexual abuse and sodomy, but those records are sealed because he was a minor at the time of his conviction.
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