Mon. Apr 15th, 2024
alert-–-man-who-deployed-‘doxxing-trucks’-to-homes-of-pro-palestine-ivy-league-students-had-his-home-searched-by-swat-team-in-early-morning-raidAlert – Man who deployed ‘doxxing trucks’ to homes of pro-Palestine Ivy League students had his home searched by SWAT team in early morning raid

The president of Accuracy in Media — the right-wing group that drove ‘doxxing trucks’ to Ivy League schools to expose students who participated in Pro-Palestine activism – has had his home searched by a SWAT team on Friday morning. 

Footage shows the dramatic moment heavily armed officers burst into campaigner Adam Guillette’s North Florida home. 

Guillette told the Post he was attending a wedding in Texas when local authorities called to inform him that officers had searched his home in the early hours of the morning. 

He claimed authorities had received a false call claiming he was at the property and pointing a gun at his wife’s head.  

Guillette told the Post that he believes someone lied to the cops to get him ‘killed’, in retaliation for Accuracy in Media’s campaign of revealing images of Ivy League students claimed to be behind Palestine solidarity groups. 

 Footage shows the dramatic moment heavily armed officers burst into campaigner Adam Guillette’s North Florida home

The president of Accuracy in Media had his home searched by a SWAT team on Friday morning

Security camera footage shows two male officers knocking on Guillette’s front door, moving parcels on the doorstep out of the way

Security camera footage shows two male officers knocking on Guillette’s front door, moving parcels on the doorstep out of the way.

When there is no response one of the officer’s gains access via the digital security lock. 

After opening the door the officer’s shout ‘Sheriff’s office,’ with their guns in shooting positions before crossing the threshold. 

Another camera shows two other officers patrolling the backyard of the house with their rifles.

It is not yet known who made the hoax call but Guillette told the post his ‘attorneys are going to look into it to try to trace it.’

‘I’ve been getting threatening phone calls, emails, social media messages nonstop since our antisemitism accountability project began,’ Guillette said.

He explained that he now ‘takes serious precaution to ensure the safety’ of him and his wife, who he said has been ‘incredibly supportive’ of Accuracy in Media’s work. ‘

‘If you antagonize enough anti-Semites, they will call law enforcement and tell them you have a gun to your wife’s head. Then a SWAT team shows up.’ 

After opening the door the officer’s shout ‘Sheriff’s office,’ with their guns in shooting positions before crossing the threshold

Another camera shows two other officers patrolling the backyard of the house with their rifles

He claimed authorities had received a false call claiming he was at the property and pointing a gun at his wife’s head (pictured) 

Guillette’s controversial campaigning came into focus after a group of Harvard students signed a letter holding the ‘Israeli regime entirely responsible for all unfolding violence’, shortly after the shocking terrorist attack by Hamas earlier this month

Guilette’s controversial campaigning came into focus after a group of Harvard students signed a letter holding the ‘Israeli regime entirely responsible for all unfolding violence’, shortly after the shocking terrorist attack by Hamas earlier this month.

In response his group drove vehicles with the faces of those accused of being linked to the letter around Harvard Square along with the words ‘anti-Semites’.

The group has now been forced to remove several photographs after at least six student groups retracted their support for the letter.

Each of the trucks also displayed a URL, HarvardHatesJews.com, which takes users to a webpage that encourages them to send a message to Harvard over the issues.

The campaign then expanded to drive the trucks to the homes of some of the students behind the letter. 

After idling in front of the Boston-area home of a 20-year-old female Harvard student on Wednesday, a similar truck parked outside a Harvard student’s residence in Vermont, near Burlington, on Thursday.

On Wednesday another truck was sent to Colombia University showing the headshot pictures of students allegedly involved in co-signing the Pro-Palestine letter. 

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