Twitter Suspends ‘Ruth Sent Us’ For Doxxing SCOTUS Justices

According to an article from the Washington Examiner by Asher Notheis posted on Thursday, Twitter has suspended the account of pro-abortion rights group Ruth Sent Us for publishing the home addresses of six U.S. Supreme Court Justices.

Here’s an excerpt from the article:

‘Twitter does not allow users to “engage in the targeted harassment of someone, or incite other people to do so.”

Ruth Sent Us to shut down the website where the addresses were posted on June 9, shortly after an armed man was arrested near Kavanaugh‘s home after telling officers he wanted to kill the justice. The group denied publishing Kavanaugh’s address at the time and scoffed at the severity of the charges, tweeting: “It just wasn’t a serious assassination attempt.” ‘

Several Great Falls activists have also recently posted SCOTUS home addresses on their social media pages.

Great Falls Democrat Posts SCOTUS Justices’ Addresses

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