Police Admit in Court: We Use Antifa to Target the Proud Boys
New York City law enforcement officers acknowledged in court last week that they use information provided by antifa members to bust Proud Boys.
Testifying against two men connected to the Proud Boys, a group of right-wing ruffians, the officials said that their investigation relied on doxxing by activists from antifa, a far-left group.
“There was a tremendous amount of what we call ‘doxxing,’” NYPD Detective Thomas Mays told jurors, referring to the vindictive disclosure of personal information online. “Names that were given for the individuals.”