‘Yes, that’s our billboard’ – AIM work written up in Independent Journal Review
October 13, 2023
‘Doxxing Truck’ Seen Driving Around Harvard’s Campus, Displaying Names, Photos of Students Who Blamed Israel for Hamas Attack
A “doxxing truck” has been observed driving around Harvard University’s campus, displaying the names and photos of students who reportedly signed a letter blaming Israel for Hamas‘ attack.
The truck was seen driving around on Wednesday with large video screens on the sides and back, with a slideshow of students’ images and names, and the words “Harvard’s Leading Antisemities.” It was given the name the “doxxing truck” by The Harvard Crimson, the university newspaper.
Tom Guillette [AIM editor’s note: The president of AIM is named Adam Guillette], the president of Accuracy In Media, a non-profit news media watchdog, took credit for the billboard seen on the truck going through campus in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter.
“Want to know who the leading antisemites at @Harvard are?” Guillette wrote in his post. “Click on the link below. @AccuracyInMedia is removing the names of students from groups that withdrew but are also adding new names every hour.”
Guillette added, “and yes, that’s our billboard on their campus,” referring to a photo of the so-called “doxxing truck.”