Cop Blaster has officially been banned from 4Chan.org for doxxing former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin two days after he murdered George Floyd in cold blood. When trying to post on 4chan today we received the notice in the above screenshot. When we clicked on the like that said ">>>/news/612499" we were shows a screenshot of our post title "Home Addresses for Derek Chauvin" which read as follows:
Recent home addresses for former Minneapolis Police Officer Michael Chauvin
DEREK MICHAEL CHAUVIN
7330 BRIGHTLAND ST
WINDERMERE, FL 34786-5598
2011 - Current
3172 FRONTIER DR
SAINT PAUL, MN 55129-7787
2008 - 2020
2533 COBBLE HILL CT UNIT F
SAINT PAUL, MN 55125-4038
2004 - 2018
7517 17TH ST N
SAINT PAUL, MN 55128-5612
2017 - 2018
PO BOX 251172
SAINT PAUL, MN 55125-6172
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The ban notice from 4Chan.org read:
You have been banned from all boards for posting >>>/news/612499, a violation of Global Rule 4:
You will not post or request personal information ("dox") or calls to invasion ("raids").
Your ban was filed on May 27th, 2020 and expires on June 10th, 2020 at 17:13 ET, which is 7 days and 20 hours from now.
According to our server, your IP is: **.***.***.***. The name you were posting with was Anonymous.
Because your ban is longer than 3 days in length, you may appeal the ban using the form below. Please explain why you believe you should be unbanned. Rude, poorly written, or offensive appeals will be rejected. Submitting an appeal does not guarantee your ban will be lifted prior to its listed expiration date. E-mail address is optional, however if you do not provide one, we will be unable to contact you with questions.
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We appealed the ban by arguing "Since officer Derek Chauvin is piece of shit now in jail for murder you should overturn this ban since posting his addresses at the time was a public service."
We will keep you posted on 4chan's decision.