Hello, Woburn police officer John Joseph Donnelly (33), aka #BlazerAviatorsUTR. Or should we call you Johnny O’Malley, neo-Nazi security for Richard Spencer at the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally?
Wondering why you’re all over the news? 🤔👋
Content Warning: This thread contains racist and antisemitic statements and other objectionable language. We feel it is important to show examples of this person’s hateful ideology in his own words, rather than merely describing or characterizing it.
In his spare time, John Donnelly advised the alt-right and neo-Nazis, who knew he was a cop, on how to avoid getting doxxed. So how do we know “Johnny O’Malley” is John Joseph Donnelly of Woburn, MA?
We searched the internet for photos & videos of Richard Spencer’s security detail, and found a video where Richard Spencer’s bodyguard introduces himself as Johnny O’Malley – here it is:
We had a face, but how do we get the real name? Bro, you stuck your face on a billboard, put your name on it, then posed in front of it with your dog!
We constructed a timeline of John’s UTR participation; a brief summary follows. Leaked Discord chats from 6th June, 2017, confirm that the antisemitic Tiki Torch march was John Donnelly’s idea:
Over the following months, police officer John Donnelly advised the alt-right and neo-Nazis on many matters, including what to wear and how to avoid arrest:
On Friday 11th August, 2017, John Donnelly and a friend flew 500+ miles to Charlottesville. In Discord, John said the ticket cost $1488 – a numeric code used by Nazis. He also let slip that he was a member of Identity Evropa (IE):
Identity Evropa, an SPLC-designated hate group, recruited college-age students into white supremacism and neo-Nazism. John Donnelly was involved with IE. It disbanded in 2019 due to all the violence they caused and some high-profile member exposés.
The man holding his phone up in one of the photos above is #BraceletBandanaUTR, aka Jacob Scott Goodwin, a Traditionalist Worker Party neo-Nazi convicted of assault on a black man during the Charlottesville rally.
On Saturday 12th August, 2017, John spent the day guarding alt-right founders Richard Spencer & Daniel Friberg, as seen in Big KK’s livestream. “KK”, aka #NathanGateUTR, tried to nazify Furries:
Nathan AKA BigKK watched the beating of Deandre Harris and tweeted that it was beautiful. But when I published his tie to altfurry, he PM’d me to beg taking it down. It made him look bad to other nazis while he worked for Richard Spencer’s altrightdotcom.
— Dogpatch Press (@DogpatchPress) January 26, 2018
In the evening, Woburn PD officer John Donnelly attended an Identity Evropa party, and then got a Lyft to Azzmador’s “house” (likely an AirBNB; Azzmador is from Texas). Donnelly tried “red pilling” the Lyft driver with the “jq”, aka “Jewish Question”.
Robert Warren Ray, aka Azzmador, was a major figure in the neo-Nazi scene – until he went on the run to avoid arrest for his crimes in Charlottesville on August 12th, 2017. He’s lucky that no cops visited his abode that evening, huh?
Regarding “infiltrated” orgs, John Donnelly was, until ~6PM on 12 Oct 2022, the President of NY-based charity Irish Angel. It has extensive links to Law Enforcement, EMS, Firefighters, and Military. He’s obviously very influential.
John Joseph Donnelly is an overt racist, sexist, antisemite, and homophobe.
Content warning: Racism, sexism, antisemitism, homophobia (“Throw off a building” is a reference to ISIS throwing gay men off buildings in Syria)
Donnelly also posted toxic content on other social media platforms, under names such as “StarTheRotors” (reference to “death flights”) and “OMalley14_” (14 & 88 are common in Nazi usernames; eg. on Xbox he’s “DeliciousMilk88”).
Action item [UPDATE: REVIEWS IN PROGRESS]
Heather Heyer was murdered by a racist from the rally Officer John Donnelly helped organize. Donnelly volunteered himself as security for alt-right founders. Demand Woburn Police review his past cases.
Action item [UPDATE: SUCCESS]
John Donnelly’s realty business, The Donnelly Group, is a franchise of @CENTURY21. They have strict anti-discrimination policies which all franchises must uphold. Let them know one of their franchises is run by a racist neo-Nazi.
The white supremacists who attended Unite The Right remain a danger to their communities, especially when the state gives them a badge, gun, and a license to execute or imprison people. White supremacists operate at all levels of society, and we will not stop exposing them!
Read more about white supremacist John Donnelly of Woburn, Massachusetts in the report released by @letsgomathias at @HuffPost that verified research from Ignite the Right: