Excerpt from the Enough is Enough blog that introduces everyone in Los Angeles to one of their “anti-antifa” (aka “fa”) adherents.
In his spare time, he enjoys helping further the genocidal cause of white nationalism by doxxing those combating it, putting their lives in immeasurable danger? Sounds like a real “entrepreneur”
His victim: Matty O’Dea is the embodiment of someone who has tirelessly escaped working-class strife. He is a man who not only tirelessly fights for the underprivileged in Wisconsin, but who has also overcome addiction and continues to be a caring father.
He is also one of the 1417 people that have been extensively doxed on Everpedia by Executive Editor, Dave Liebowitz.
Liebowitz is a modern day Julius Streicher, using Everpedia as his Der Sturmer to out people who are fighting against the alt-right so that they may be targeted for violence. Doxxes usually include private information, such as phone numbers, places of residence, employment status. Some doxxes include more incriminating information, such as any history with addiction or various criminal charges. A lot of these things are common traits shared by those in the leftist movement. O’Dea’s dox, however, is especially insidious.
It includes the face and identity of his 10 year-old daughter.
Above is a screenshot from Everipedia’s Activity Feed, which is publicly viewable. It shows the user Dave Liebowitz creating the doxx page and adding content including a photo of the doxxee with his young daughter. Dave Liebowitz is one of the Executive Editors of Everipedia and has the second highest ‘IQ’ (a metric based on number of contributions) next to the other Executive Editor, Angel O.rdaz If you look at the edit history of both Liebowitz and Ordaz you’ll find that their main pastime is indexing information about individuals that come to their attention by way of news media and the viral internet. They troll people’s social media accounts for any information they can find and create an immediately accessible wiki page about them, with no compunctions about the privacy and safety of the people they’re creating pages about or the people close to them. In this case, Dave Liebowitz saw a doxxing victim as fair game for an even more comprehensive release of information about his life and his family.