Portland rioters handed out flyers on Saturday evening, threatening press and others that they better not film their actions — before attacking a camera crew, again.

Portland Riot, photo by Alex Milan Tracy

Portland Riot, photo by Alex Milan Tracy

The Oregon city has been experiencing some of the most violent protests in the nation — with multiple assaults reported and even a shooting. On Saturday evening, 71 people were arrested — including the two involved in the shooting, who are now charged with attempted murder. The victim was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.

A group of rioters had also attacked a camera crew with a baseball bat at a protest in the extremely liberal city on Thursday evening.

Instead of the situation calming, it seems to have only grown more hostile towards the press over the weekend. On Saturday, the fifth day of protests, multiple members of the press were assaulted.

“Some protesters attacked a film crew. Bottles being thrown at police. Distractionary ‘bang’ devices being used to effect arrests,” the Portland Police tweeted after midnight on Sunday.

A flyer being distributed at the demonstration warned people to put down their cellphones, and began with large bold letters stating, “DONT(sic) SNITCH EVER.”

The flyer read as follows:

“DON’T SNITCH, EVER.

PUT DOWN YOUR CELLPHONES AND PARTICIPATE

DO NOT HELP THE POLICE IN IDENTIFYING PERSONS ENGAGED IN ILLEGAL ACTIVITY

DON’T POST PROTEST VIDEOS TO SOCIAL MEDIA

A FEW THINGS YOU CAN DO:

JOIN, CELEBRATE, SHOW YOUR RAGE

YELL FUCK THE POLICE

DRINK SOME WATER AND CHILL

SHARE FOOD

COLLABORATE

FIND ONE ANOTHER

KEEP PEOPLE SAFE FROM PHYSICAL HARM

STOP FILMING.

CONSIDER THIS A WARNING.”

A journalist at the Pacific Sentinel also reported that he was “warned” by masked protesters not to film them, and was also threatened in his direct messages on Twitter.

Bivins described seeing a local news camera being smashed, and said that the “danger is no secret.”

Protests have also been staged in Chicago, Washington, Dayton, Baltimore, Los Angeles, Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, Providence, Las Vegas — and more.

On Monday morning, high school students in Silver Spring, Maryland, and Los Angeles, walked out of their classes in protest.