He Says He Pays Insurance So He Can Run People Over
The man accused of fatally stabbing two people who stepped in to stop a hate-filled tirade on a Portland train last week shouted "free speech or die" and "death to the enemies of America" as he was arraigned on murder charges Tuesday. Jeremy Joseph Christian, 35, showed no remorse as he appeared in court Tuesday where one of the people he allegedly wounded sat in the audience. "Free speech or die, Portland. You got no safe place," Christian said as he was being led into court from the holding area. "This is America. Get out if you don't like free speech."