NYU “Professor” Publishes Information of 1,595 ICE Employees, Then it Gets Worse

By Faye Higbee

Sam Lavigne, an leftist adjunct professor at New York University, created a database of 1,595 ICE employees from LinkedIn.  Within minutes after publishing it, Antifa downloaded it, as well a group from Reddit that believes ICE are all Nazis. All of which could put the employees at risk. The database was deleted from the media but it is archived and still available. Within a day, Antifa had published not just the list, but the employees home addresses, according to the Daily Caller.

Lavigne didn’t just put out a list, he went further by specifying the CTO of ICE. If someone manages to harm an ICE employee, then he could be looking at a full on murder charge.

The social sites, Medium and Github, where Lavigne placed his database, ultimately deleted it for violating their terms of service.
“We removed the project because it violates our community guidelines. In general, we have policies against use of GitHub for doxxing and harassment, and violating a third party’s privacy.” Github

But the Antifa Twitter account @PNWAWC called for people to “occupy ICE” and shut them down entirely.

The Twitter User Nathaniel Amirite (@NAmirite) deliberately published the names and addresses, even photos of the homes of ICE employees, calling them “Gestapo agents.”

Example of his tweets (we have blocked out the information he wanted to share):

This kind of release is unbelievably dangerous of ICE employees. Antifa is most definitely a domestic terror group. Is it time yet for an Antifa Roundup?