The Attorney General of Oregon, Ellen Rosenblum, has sued several federal agencies because allegedly the federal agents have been detaining people off the roads of Portland without a proper warrant. 

The lawsuit was filed on Friday at the Oregon U.S. District Court, claiming that the arrest warrant not only unlawful but a violation to the civil rights of the residents in Oregon. The federal authorities have allegedly not only but also injured peaceful protestors in Portland. The lawsuit filed demands that federal agents be barred from making unlawful arrests without the presentation of warrants. 

The other demand includes that the federal agents not only correctly identify themselves but also the agency they work under before making an arrest. A proper or probable reason for the arrest is also to be provided to the alleged defendant. 

The local U.S. Justice Department has raised severe questions against such unlawful practices as well.

Billy Williams, a U.S Attorney in Portland, has already requested the Department of Homeland Security inspector general to scrutinize the many reports against those agents who have made arrests without showing probable cause. 

On the other hand, an ACLU lawsuit has also been filed against the present Trump administration, the goal of which is to end the lawlessness prevailing in Portland. Attacks on journalists and other legal observers by the Department of Homeland Security and the other agencies at the protests are also to be ended.