Tuesday afternoon both the NY Times and ProPublica published stories about the death of Michael Reinoehl, the man who shot and killed Aaron “Jay” Danielson in Portland on August 29. Reinoehl was located several days later in Olympia, Washington, more than 100 miles away. He was clearly on the run and the ProPublica story has some interesting details about how he got there [emphasis added].
Deaven Reinoehl recalls that his father went on the run after the downtown shooting, determined to evade the authorities.
“He didn’t plan on turning himself in at all,” he said…
Deaven Reinoehl said he spoke frequently with his dad in the days that followed. “He was just planning on trying to be on the run,” the younger Reinoehl said. “He didn’t know where he was going. He had people helping him find these safe houses or whatever. That’s why he was in Lacey, but I don’t know anything about, like, those people or anything.”
I don’t think we have to wonder too hard who might have been helping Reinoehl attempt to escape justice for a murder. He said he was “100% Antifa” and those were clearly his people. When he was found in Olympia, he was staying with someone named Nathaniel Dinguss who soon after the shooting of Reinoehl released a statement through an attorney claiming police hadn’t made much of an effort to arrest him: