by Patch O'Furr
Here’s a wild story that has all this: Internet harassment, the disgraced alt-right troll Milo Yiannopoulos, the furry fandom pariah Foxler (known for stories in Rolling Stone and Newsweek about neo-nazi furries and his Furry Raiders group), his right-hand man “Sneps” who has a heroin trafficking record, and their plan to frame a witness for sex crime that Foxler is charged for doing. There was even a bungled plan to target me for reporting. It blew up in their faces, put “Sneps” behind bars, and leaves the crime witness needing vindication after being framed.
If you were Foxler — AKA Lee Miller of Fort Collins, CO — what would you do if:
- In 2017, Dogpatch Press reports you’re tied to grooming kids and intimidating witnesses with your “neo-nazi cult-like group” (The Furry Raiders).
- In 2019, you’re charged for a 2015 child sex offense (details not public) uncovered during reporting for Dogpatch Press (credit to Aristide).
If you were Foxler, how would you defend from these charges? Maybe get a good lawyer or well-regarded community member to help clear your name?
A smart person with a good future could do that. That’s not Foxler. He got his close friend and Furry Raiders admin, known as Flare or Sneps, and they cooked up a scheme to get him out of trouble by attacking the sources. I helped uncover it and report it to the police, with this result:.