This is fun: IT manager at NC State fingered in lawsuit as a Proud Boy who doxed thousands of left-wing activists

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      sonofspy777
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      IT manager at NC State fingered in lawsuit as a Proud Boy who doxed thousands of left-wing activists

      Dressed in a burgundy dress shirt, with a full beard and shoulder-length brown hair, and wearing a black felt hat, Chadwick Seagraves cut a striking figure as he stood on the steps of the Chapel Hill Courthouse in North Carolina in June 2017 and gave a hearty introduction to Augustus Sol Invictus. Seagraves’ guest was a failed Florida US Senate candidate who was a rising star of the alt-right in the run-up to the violent Unite the Right rally.

      The Chapel Hill gathering, billed as a free speech rally, was in reality a recruitment event for the Proud Boys and Fraternity of the Alt-Knight, a short-lived street-fighting formation that bridged the Proud Boys to the more ideologically extreme components of Unite the Right coalition. Seagraves, as allegedly revealed through his “Elias McMahone; A Heathen.” Twitter account, was an active member of the Proud Boys since the early days when the group got active in North Carolina in 2017. What wasn’t known then was that he was also a team manager in the technology support services office at NC State University in nearby Raleigh, where he is accused of digitally harassing at least one student activist through his anonymous Twitter account.

      Earlier this week, the Anonymous Comrade Collective — a left-wing Twitter account that is, as its name indicates, anonymous — identified Seagraves as the instigator of a much more ambitious, if clumsy project. Files containing names and personal information for thousands of left-wing activists, primarily in Portland, Ore. and Asheville, NC, were published on social media and then circulated on far-right platforms on Nov. 10. The meta data for 1,446 out of 2,141 files pointed back to Seagraves, according to Anonymous Comrade Collective.

      https://www.alternet.org/2020/11/the-proud-boys/

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      mmonk
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      Our family is an NC State family. My wife and oldest son are graduates. My degree is from New York State Board of Regents. I have done post graduate work from NC State in photo voltaics. Expose them wherever they hide.

      Fear not the path of Truth for the lack of People walking on it. - RFK

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