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Antifa compiles list of ICE agents identities and blasts it all over Twitter

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Antifa, a violent, so-called anti-fascist group, tweeted out a list of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents’ identities.

The Twitter account “nebraska antifa” sent out a tweet to its followers on Tuesday that linked to the personal information of ICE officers compiled from information found on LinkedIn.

“Some enterprising hero archived the ICE employees listed on linkedIn,” the tweet reads.

A Twitter user who goes by Sam Lavigne compiled the list of ICE agents’ identities, titles and locations. In a tweet on Tuesday morning he says he “scraped LinkedIn for people that work for ICE.”

https://twitter.com/sam_lavigne/status/1009050062264176641

The Medium link in Lavigne’s was no longer available as of Tuesday night.

While the original post of ICE personal information has been removed, the Antifa Twitter account linked to an archived post, where viewers can access the Lavigne’s original database.

There have been a number of reports of Antifa’s violence. One example illustrates the group’s attack on individuals at a University of California, Berkeley campus protest in August 2017.

In several video clips, Antifa members are recorded assaulting individuals they described as being right-wing nationalists and alt-right. Department of Homeland Security documents have shown that Antifa has at times posed a greater threat then the so-called white supremacists they combat.

Protests have erupted as the media has highlighted the policy of separating immigrant parents being separated from their children after illegally crossing the southern border. The policy has consequently brought ICE under heavy scrutiny.

The Obama administration prosecuted almost half a million illegal aliens in the country from 2010 to 2016 and 20 percent resulted in a separated families, The Daily Caller reported.

Twitter and ICE did not immediately respond to an after-hours request for comment.

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