- Long before the insurrection on the U.S. Capitol, Charles Donohoe, leader of the Proud Boys’ North Carolina chapter, was sharing posts via Telegram about the need to push back. “We need to stomp them. We need to ruin their lives physically like they have ruined ours financially with doxxing. We need to rack up their hospital bills,” Donohoe wrote back in 2019 about Antifa.
- In the wake of Donohoe’s recent arrest for his alleged participation in the Capitol riots, the New York Times did a bit of research to learn more about the Proud Boys leader. The publication reported that he and quite a few others have ties to law enforcement.
- The group’s connections with law enforcement raise a number of questions about their ties. Currently, Philadelphia Police detective Jennifer Gugger is also at the center of an internal department investigation for her alleged attendance of Trump’s rally that preceded the deadly Capitol riots.
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