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Oath Keepers

Published by artvandelay on 2024-01-13 18:47

Approximately 5 gigabytes of emails, chat logs, members and donor lists and other files from the servers of the Oath Keepers.

The emails, which include mailboxes for each chapter as well as several individuals in leadership roles, date between January 13th and September 19, 2021, and the chat logs date between June 22nd and June 26th, 2020 and February 5th and September 19th, 2021. Tens of thousands current and former members are identified in the files, as well as numerous donors.

Due to their use of and references to Gab and GiveSendGo, additional information may be gleaned by cross-referencing with those datasets.

Sensitive materials restricted

While the emails and chat logs are being made available to the public, the remainder (a small minority of the files) is only being provided to journalists and researchers due to the presence of PII, financial information, passwords, decryption keys and other information which could be abused. How to Request Access

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Research

Founded in 2009 in reaction to the election of Barack Obama as US President, the Oath Keepers are a loosely organized assembly of partisan Republicans and Independents acting upon right wing conspiracy theories involving a totalitarian Democrat-run federal government working in concert with assorted shadowy global cabals.

Oath Keepers target sympathetic members of the law enforcement, first responder, and military communities and the Republican party for memberships. Journalists parsing the Oath Keepers leak have reported that of 38,000 members recorded, almost 1,400 were active or former law enforcement, more than 100 were active military, more than 100 more were first responders, and some 81 were politicians in or running for office. Oath Keeper membership policies and practices mean these numbers are possibly under-reported. Members waiting for membership packages after paying their dues have complained of delays, and about the Oath Keeper executive using membership funds for phone games, liquor and online pornography.

Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes and four others are on trial for their involvement in the January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol Building. The Oath Keepers have used conspiracy theories about the imminent threat of impending federal “decapitation strikes” against their organization involving mass power blackouts for fund-raising and recruitment.

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