Portland protestors cause food truck to stop serving at ICE headquarters
The owner of a food truck selling lunch to Immigration and Customs Enforcement employees has decided to stop serving near ICE headquarters in Portland, Oregon, after protesters harassed his employees, according to KIRO Radio.
The protestors hung pink baby shoes on the Happy Camper truck to represent children being separated from their parents by ICE. They also held candlelight vigils on the truck's picnic benches.
The food truck's owner, Scott Hakes, said protestors also threatened his daughter, and that the police will not protect his employees.
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