This story appears courtesy of Eugene Weekly, where it originally ran.
Using those logs, as well as photos and research on Twitter and social media, the antifa groups lay out a damning case with their allegations against Combs and Sherman. “Combs acts not only as an organizer for American Patriots Brigade, but he serves as a primary organizing leader for the individuals and groups participating in the server. He aims to bring white nationalists together in the region with the goal of establishing a whites only homeland in the Pacific Northwest,” they write.
The group shows a tweet from “Mrs. Blackhat” from an account they tie to Sherman, in which she says things like, “Jimmy I love how you always take the high ground no matter how much shit these libtards sling.”
The Jimmy in question is Springfield-based white supremacist Jimmy Marr, who tweets as @genocidejimmy.
In a Twitter chat, the “Blackhat” article shows an image of, she praises a love swastika sticker Marr created from a diversity emblem and offers to change the wording so “It doesn’t say stupid shit like we are all one race.”
The article has photos that the writers say are of Combs sieg heiling with Marr in front of his house, which is adorned with signs reading “The Holocaust is Hokum.”
OG Analytical, partly owned by Sherman, is a state-licensed company testing cannabis for pesticides and potency.
Eugene Weekly contacted Sherman after seeing the “Blackhat” story. While she did not deny the allegations, she did threaten legal action if EW wrote about the story.
While she denied being a “neo-Nazi” to The Oregonian, the statement she issued speaks