Earlier today it was revealed that the Department of Justice has obtained a search warrant ordering a web-hosting service to allow law enforcement to retrieve data relating to ANTIFA protests which took place earlier this year around Trump’s inauguration.
The DOJ is seeking information concerning the website disruptj20.org, such as the IP addresses, names, and other personal information relating to the websites’ visitors.
Disruptj20.org was initially launched on November 11, 2016, with the intent to protest and disrupt Trump’s inauguration. The group attempted to blockade a bridge and shut down security checkpoints during the event.
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