by Patch O'Furr
New court records continue the story of nazi furries and their gang-like crimes.
In 2017, Dogpatch Press broke news that made national headlines. (Rolling Stone: Does the Furry Community Have a Nazi Problem? — Newsweek: Neo-Nazi Furries are Trump’s Latest and Most Puzzling Alt-Right Supporters.)
The first report covered the Colorado-based Furry Raiders, a group with around 200 online members at this time. They gained notoriety by trolling the community and Rocky Mountain Fur Con with nazi “dogwhistle” imagery, targeting kids and critics, and interfering with hotel room booking. This killed the convention in 2017 through mismanagement by some complicit board members (see timeline at bottom). There was threat behavior that appears again in this story.
Followup stories kept covering more infiltration by hate groups, and their crimes and coverups. The victims and scapegoats need vindication.
In 2019, Denver police arrested Furry Raiders founder Lee “Foxler” Miller. He was charged with sex crimes with a child. New evidence in 2021 shows how Miller’s inner circle tried to undermine the case by intimidating a witness.