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The organizer of the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, is wanted for arrest in Virginia after he allegedly doxed a counterprotester after the “Unite the Right” event.
Virginia resident Emily Gorcenski filed a misdemeanor complaint against Charlottesville organizer Jason Kessler on Monday for alleged “use of a person’s identity with the intent to coerce, intimidate, or harass,” the Daily Beast first reported.
I just filed a misdemeanor complaint against Jason Kessler and a warrant has been issued.— Emily G, Cville. (@EmilyGorcenski) October 17, 2017
Kessler is accused of sharing Gorcenski’s personal information on Twitter under a separate account, @RealByzantium, that tweeted the name, address and a photograph of Gorcenski’s home after the pro-white demonstration.
Less than a week after the information was posted on the @RealByzantium account, an unknown person called 911, sending police to Gorcenski’s home on claims someone was brandishing a gun, a disruptive prank known as “swatting.”
The @RealByzantium account has previously been linked to Kessler’s private account from a retweet in September.
Kessler responded to the claims in a series of tweets accusing the Charlottesville magistrate of abusing his power.
The Communist judiciary in Charlottesville is now charging me with crimes for tweets that OTHER PEOPLE made. Un-fucking-believable.— Jason Kessler (@TheMadDimension) October 17, 2017
I've been to the cops and courts probably a dozen times complaining about people posting my address & they don't care. But someone alleges that an account I don't run listed their PUBLICLY AVAILABLE address & I'm charged with a Class 1 misdemeanor. WTF.— Jason Kessler (@TheMadDimension) October 17, 2017
Cop who arrested me said he'd never even heard of the charge in 21 years of law enforcement. The magistrate who issued the charge is abusing process.— Jason Kessler (@TheMadDimension) October 17, 2017
This is not Kessler’s first run-in with law enforcement. A court recently convicted him of assault and he faces a felony charge for allegedly fabricating portions of his story, according to the Daily Beast.
H/T Daily Beast
Danielle Ransom is a journalist who has worked as a researcher for CNN, NBC's KXAN-TV, CBS' KEYE-TV.