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Jul. 29, 2020
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The rioter who allegedly threw an explosive device at the Portland federal courthouse early Tuesday morning was reportedly identified as a result of an online review his grandmother left on a vest she bought for him.
[UPDATE: Rioter Gabriel Agard-Berryhill, 18, Arrested by U.S. Marshals After Being Outed by Grandma]
"I got this for my grandson who's a protestor [sic] downtown, he uses it every night and says its [sic] does the job," user "GrammaF" of Oregon posted in a vest review on Hibbett last week along with a picture of her grandson.
Grandma's review was found thanks to the sleuths of 4chan (NSFW link).
"We had help from a /fa/ [4chan's fashion forum] expert who identified the shoes and vest as limited edition items," a 4chan poster said. "Another anon snooped the site and found the review for that specific item."
This is allegedly the same guy dubbed "Simpothy McVeigh" who was seen shielding a naked woman walking in front of police (NSFW link above).
Well done, Anons!
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