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October 27, 2023
‘Doxxing trucks’ expand to Columbia, UPenn to expose campuses’ ‘leading antisemites’
The nonprofit news watchdog behind the “doxxing truck” that exposed Harvard students who allegedly blamed Israel for Hamas’ violent attacks has expanded its fleet to Ivy League campuses at Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania.
One truck hired by Accuracy in Media — featuring giant video screens on all sides, displaying the words “Columbia’s Leading Antisemites” in gothic script over a slideshow of Ivy Leaguers’ headshots and names in red block letters — was seen near the school’s Manhattan campus Wednesday, according to photos shared with The Post.
The display identified students allegedly involved in “a horribly hateful, antisemitic proclamation similar to the one signed at Harvard that blamed victims for their own death, rape and torture,” Accuracy in Media president Adam Guillette said in an interview with The Post on Thursday.
A group of pro-Palestinian bystanders surrounded the parked truck in an effort to block students’ names, one photo shows.
Other images featured the crowd holding balloons, sheets, a Palestinian flag and open umbrellas to shield the truck’s display.