Published: Aug 31, 2020 / 02:23 PM EDT / Updated: Aug 31, 2020 / 02:23 PM EDT
FILE вЂ“ This Sept. 18, 2019, file photo given by the Pinellas County SheriffвЂ™s Office shows Daniel McMahon, of Brandon, Fla. McMahon, whom called himself вЂњthe Antifa hunterвЂќ as he waged a campaign that is online terrorize and harass people who opposed their white supremacist ideology, ended up being sentenced to significantly more than 36 months in jail Monday, Aug. 31, 2020. (Pinellas County SheriffвЂ™s Workplace via AP, File)
A Florida guy whom called himself вЂњthe Antifa hunterвЂќ as he waged an on-line campaign to terrorize and harass those that opposed their white supremacist ideology had been sentenced to significantly more than 3 years in jail Monday.
Daniel McMahon, 32, of Brandon, Florida, pleaded responsible in April to utilizing social media marketing to jeopardize a black colored activist to deter the person from operating for workplace in Charlottesville, Virginia. McMahon additionally admitted which he threatened to sexually assault the young daughter that is autistic of girl who protested against white nationalists.
A judge that is federal Virginia sentenced McMahon to 3 years and five months in jail. McMahon declined a way to produce a statement beforehand that is public.
When FBI agents searched the house that McMahon distributed to their moms and dads, they seized their computer and lots of loaded firearms from their room. On their computer, detectives discovered folders filled up with proof of their harassment campaigns and tokens of racially motivated killings to his obsession, prosecutors stated.
Nearly all of McMahonвЂ™s cyberstalking victims knew him as вЂњJack Corbin.вЂќ Under that pseudonym, he posted media that are social meant to deter A black colored activist, Don Gathers, from operating for a chair on CharlottesvilleвЂ™s city council.