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October 7

This Week in Fascism #30: “Dox Support” Group Doxxed, TPUSA Fires MAGA Grifter for Hanging With Nazi Trolls

Welcome, fellow antifascists! This week, we’ve got Proud Boy Tiny Toese getting arrested and then released; a neo-Nazi who doubles as a home caregiver exposed; plus the American Identity Movement gets its “Dox Support” chats leaked, its leader’s home doxxed, and then gets kicked off Twitter.

Without further ado, let’s begin!

News

Proud Boy Tiny Toese Arrested in Portland

Proud Boy and former Patriot Prayer associate Tusitala “Tiny” Toese was arrested by US Marshals at the Portland airport upon his return from American Samoa on Friday night.

Though Toese was a known violent menace for years, police refused to arrest him, citing a “mutual combat” law that experts agree does not exist.

In March 2019, Toese was charged with assault along with fellow Proud Boy Donovan Flippo for an attack on a man who insulted their Donald Trump flag in June 2018. During a police interview, Toese admitted that he had punched the man in the face after he and Flippo had been out cruising the streets of Portland, looking for victims to attack.

However, while Flippo was arrested at the time, Toese was already in American Samoa and was not extradited. It is not known why he returned to Portland.

Toese faces one felony, Assault III, a Class C Felony in Oregon, for which he faces up to five years in prison if convicted. He faces up to one year in jail for the Assault IV charge, a Class A Misdemeanor. Toese has also been charged with Harassment, a Class B Misdemeanor, for which he could be sentenced to six months in jail.

Doxxes

Friday, October 4, 2019: Dan D’Ambly, aka Titus, neo-Nazi New Jersey European Heritage Association, of Dayton, New Jersey

Outlive Them NYC exposed Dan D’Ambly, head of the neo-Nazi New Jersey European Heritage Association, after he shouted antisemitic slurs at the Jews Against ICE protest in Newark, New Jersey.

In the footage, he calls to his friend “Ron,” presumably Ron Sheehy, a longtime member of the neo-Nazi Stormfront forum, and organizer of Unite the Right 2. D’Ambly attended the first Unite the Right rally and is a longtime white nationalist organizer in the Dayton, New Jersey area. In the fall of 2018, he was doxxed as a neo-Nazi and was fired from his job as a newspaper printer. In July 2019, he and Sheehy attempted to disrupt ICE protests in Philadelphia

Vincent and Briana Bertinelli, Neo-Nazi Goyim Defense League, of Aurora, Colorado

Colorado Springs Anti-Fascists exposed neo-Nazis Vincent and Briana Bertinelli, in Aurora, Colorado.

Vincent runs several propaganda channels on far-right video-sharing service BitChute, including one known as “Peaceful Pogrom,” under the pseudonym “Vinny Goyschild.” His custom Facebook URL is “facebook.com/ExposeNoses,” a reference to an antisemitic stereotype.

In 2019, Vincent attended several protests of queer events in Colorado, calling Pride attendees “f*****s” and “pedophiles” alongside former members of the neo-Nazi Traditionalist Workers Party.

Briana runs an anti-vaxxer YouTube channel called Glowing Vegan, where she frequently interjects antisemitic conspiracy theories alongside shilling for homeopathic remedies. In April 2019, Briana interview Dr. Lorraine Day, who told her viewers, “During WWII, Hitler just wanted the Jews out of his country because they were doing to his country what they’ve done to America: Bringing pedophilia, bringing homosexuality, bring in pornography, bring in everything to destroy the family.”

The couple supports themselves by working for All Friends, Inc., caring for disabled individuals in their homes. If you would like to contact All Friends, Inc., you can message them via their online contact form, or by calling 303-731-5310.

Jessica Reavis, member of white nationalist League of the South, of Danville, Virginia

Jessica Reavis, of Danville, Virginia, was arrested this week for carrying a concealed gun and another unspecified weapon in Pittsboro, North Carolina. Reavis is a member of the white nationalist League of the South and the neo-Confederate Virginia Flaggers. She was in Pittsboro to protest the removal of a local Confederate monument.

Rory Fonda Handley, Proud Boy, of West Virginia

Anonymous Comrade exposed Rory Fonda Handley, aka Rory Reddington, a member of the Proud Boys, and former Houston chapter President. Handley also hosts a podcast called Verbo Tempestas.

Saturday, October 6, 2019: Clint Chappel and Brian Wade, of Expert Ink Tattoos, Jasper, Alabama

Haleyville Anti-Rapist/Anti-Fascist Action exposed local tattoo artists Clint Chappel and Brian Wade, of Expert Ink Tattoos in Jasper, Alabama, as fascist sympathizers.

In screenshots from social media posts, Chappel is shown spreading antisemitic propaganda, and is subscribed to a number of far-Right Facebook pages and groups, including the white nationalist Identity Dixie, and the neo-Nazi podcast Goy Talk.

Wade’s social media footprint reveals an interest in Wotanism, a form of racist paganism, and Adam Calhoun, a racist rapper with ties to far-right hate group the Proud Boys.

Expert Ink Tattoos is owned by Lenney and Tammy Moore. You can reach the shop by called *69 (205) 221-5769. (Be sure to use *69 to block your number before calling.)

Actions

Antifascists Mobilize to Protect Queer and Trans Youth

In Denver, Colorado, as members of the Proud Boys, Patriot Front, and neo-Nazis formerly affiliated with the Traditionalist Worker Party joined forces to intimidate queer and trans youth at a Drag for All Ages event at Mile High Comics, antifascists stood up to defend their communities.

In a livestream from the event, Denver Proud Boys President Zak Fox introduced the neo-Nazis as “some of our friends from TWP,” despite national Proud Boys leadership claiming they do not associate with neo-Nazis.

Antifascists, along with members of the Parasol Patrol, an LGBTQIA youth support group, were able to drown out the chants bigoted chants of the hate groups present, and ensure that none of the attendees were harmed.

After the event, Denver Proud Boy Louis Huey posted a YouTube video claiming that all four of his tires had been slashed.

Community Removes Banner in Southern California

Last week, President Donald Trump tweeted that “If the Democrats are successful in removing the President from office (which they will never be), it will cause a Civil War like fracture in this Nation from which our Country will never heal.”

Shortly thereafter, a banner appeared at a tagging spot popular with neo-Nazi group the Rise Above Movement, reading “IMPEACHMENT = WAR,” signaling support for Trump from known paramilitary neo-Nazis

In 2017, members of the Rise Above Movement attended the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, where they attacked protesters. In 2018, they were charged with violating federal riot statutes for the violence committed at Unite the Right. Members also traveled to Ukraine in 2018, where met with Olena Semenyaka, secretary of the political wing of the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion.

Members of the community quickly mobilized to remove the banner.

Deplatforms

American Identity Movement: More chats leaked, headquarters doxxed, and kicked off Twitter

The American Identity Movement, a white nationalist group formerly known as Identity Evropa, had their Twitter account suspended.

Earlier this year, the group was infiltrated and its chats were leaked, leading to over 100 members being doxxed and exposed as white nationalists.

On Monday, independent media outlet Unicorn Riot posted more leaks, this time of AmIM’s “Dox Support” group for the members who had been exposed. And on Tuesday, antifascists Panic! in the Discord released the location of AmIM headquarters, which doubles as the residence of the group’s leader, Patrick Casey, and his second-in-command, former GamerGater Matthew Warner.

Turning Point USA Fires Brand Ambassador Cozy with White Nationalists

Jared Holt reported for Rightwing Watch that Turning Point USA had fired brand ambassador Ashley St. Clair, after she was photographed at a dinner with antisemitic white nationalist Nick Fuentes and neo-Nazi Tim “Baked Alaska” Gionet.

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A weekly roundup of the latest and greatest happenings in the anti-fascist world. Each column will feature an “Explainer,” delineating some new fascist trend, a roundup of the doxxes and the deplatformings, and feature the calls to action, ways that you can help your local anti-fascist crews beat back the rising tide of fascism worldwide.

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