"Simpothy McVeigh": Portland Rioter ID'ed By Grandma's Review Of Vest She Bought For Him

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Jul. 29, 2020

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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