Portland attack victim speaks out on 'Watters' World'

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Portland attack victim speaks out on 'Watters' World'

Adam Haner, the man who was seen on video being brutally attacked in downtown Portland on Sunday night, spoke about what happened that night on Fox

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Adam Haner, the man who was seen on video being brutally attacked in downtown Portland on Sunday night, spoke about what happened that night on Fox News’ “Watters’ World.”

In an interview airing Saturday at 8 p.m. ET, Haner and his girlfriend, Tammie Martin, told host Jesse Watters they tried to intervene when they saw a woman being robbed of her backpack. They weren’t trying to pick a fight, Haner said.

PORTLAND ATTACK VICTIM SAYS HE TRIED TO STOP ROBBERY: ‘THEY WOULDN’T LET ME GET UP’

“I didn’t really have an issue with anyone when I went down there to start with …,” he said.

When Watters asked how long it took for officers to arrive after 911 was called, Haner, who has two black eyes from the assault, said he was knocked unconscious so he doesn’t know.

“At least 10 minutes after he had been unconscious, from what I can tell,” Martin said. “I mean nobody would let me near him.”

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Authorities in Portland are searching for a suspect identified as Marquise Love in connection with the attack. They ask that anyone with information about Love’s whereabouts call Det. Brent Christensen at (503) 823-2087 or email him at [email protected]

Fox News’ Dom Calicchio contributed to this report.

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