Antifa, a group that claims they are anti-fascist, listed on Twitter the names, titles or ranks, and personal information of over 1,500 federal law enforcement officials especially those assigned to the Homeland Security Department’s as Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents.
The Twitter account named Nebraska Antifa posted a tweet and then transmitted it to Twitter account’s followers on Tuesday that linked to the personal information of ICE officers who are listed on LinkedIn.
“Some enterprising hero archived the ICE employees listed on linkedin,” the Tweet states. (See copy of page below. Please do not allow the list to fall into the hands of the supporters of the Antifa, the Deep State, or other anti-America groups.)
The name given by the Twitter user who collected the information and then listed the ICE agents’ identities, titles and locations is Sam Lavigne.
Although the original post of ICE personal information was removed, the Antifa Twitter account linked to an archived post, where viewers could still access Lavigne’s original database of federal cops.
Lavigne created the database in response to ICE’s “inhumane” efforts in on the border, according to his archived Medium post.
“I’ve downloaded and made available the profiles of (almost) everyone on LinkedIn who works for ICE, 1,595 people in total. While I don’t have a precise idea of what should be done with this data set, I leave it here with the hope that researchers, journalists, and activists will find it useful,” Lavigne wrote on Medium.
In the past, Lavigne also tweeted the personal Twitter account of ICE’s chief technology officer the day after Father’s Day, which included a picture of the official with his son.
There have been a number of reports of Antifa’s violence and the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI classifies the group as a domestic terrorism organization.
In several news videos, Antifa members are seen assaulting individuals they described as being right-wing nationalists and alt-right. Antifa has at times has been more violent and dangerous than the so-called white supremacists they claim to fight against.
Organized protesters have taken to the streets as a result of the news media’s reporting on the alleged policy of illegal-alien parents being separated from their children after they break the U.S. law against crossing our southern border without authorization or permission.
However, in a perfect example of news media bias, the Obama administration prosecuted almost half a million illegal aliens in the country from 2010 to 2016 and 20 percent resulted in separated families, according to The Daily Caller.
The media and political class become more and more outraged over the Trump administration’s decision to detain and prosecute immigrants illegally crossing the border.
The policy of prosecuting immigrants for crossing the border illegally has been in place for multiple administrations. The Obama administration prosecuted half a million illegal immigrants and similarly separated families in the process. So did the Bush administration.
People on LinkedIn who work for ICE
Sample of List collected by Sam Lavigne
|Euna Song||Staff Officer||Phoenix, Arizona Area|
|Douglas Ruszcyk||Federal Law Enforcement||Greater Pittsburgh Area|
|Byron J.||Special Agent||Brownsville, Texas Area|
|Jason Brazie||Deportation Officer||Albany, New York Area|
|Matthew Allen (ICE/HSI)||Special Agent in Charge||Phoenix, Arizona Area|
|Joseph Reuter||Security Manager||Orange County, California Area|
|Nate Fontaine, MSM||Chief, Security Assurance Branch||Washington D.C. Metro Area|
|Kevin Tyrrell||Supervisory Special Agent||Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area|
|Michal Grygo||Senior Intelligence Research Specialist||Washington D.C. Metro Area|
|Christopher Tafe||Supervisory Special Agent / Section Chief||Washington D.C. Metro Area|
|Robert Gil||FEDERAL AGENT||San Antonio, Texas Area|
|Abu Saleh||Homeland Security Investigations||United States|
|Sharon Peyus||Homeland Security Investigations||Washington D.C. Metro Area|
|David Sayles||Computer Forensic Analyst||Greater Atlanta Area|
|Samuel Padilla||Computer Forensics Analyst / Human Exploitation Rescue Operative||Jacksonville, Florida Area|
|Stacy Wiechec||Senior Special Agent||United States|
|Mark Lenox||Enforcement Program Officer||Baltimore, Maryland Area|
|Robert J. Nieves, Jr.||Supervisory Special Agent||Greater Denver Area|
|Larry Orton||Retired Federal Law Enforcement (Deputy Field Office Director)||Greater Atlanta Area|
|Marco Suarez||Supervisory Special Agent||Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area|
|Sean Willman||Supervisory Special Agent, Homeland Security Investigations||Greater New York City Area|
|Reba McGinnis||Unit Chief, Information Disclosure, Homeland|