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Portland’s ‘Red House on Mississippi’ owner in talks to possibly sell it back, as protests hit tipping point

By Peter Aitken

Fox News

The real estate developer at the heart of Portland’s “Red House on Mississippi” controversy has discussed selling the home back after months of protests hit a tipping point over the past week, according to reports.

Roman Ozeruga, 33, bought the house, which is located on Mississippi Ave in North Portland, through a foreclosure sale in 2018 for $260,000. The attempt to evict the Kinney family, a Black and Indigenous family that has owned the house since the 1950s, set off protests from left-wing activists.

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