After the release of the indictment and the grand jurors' names, users on far-right message boards began sharing their addresses, identities, social media accounts and other information targeting the jurors, according to Media Matters.
"These grand jurors' names and other personal information have been linked on dangerous sites, in particular 4chan.
On a forum that has served as a hub for "Q," the central figure of the QAnon conspiracy theory, a user shared the names of the jurors alongside their addresses.
Some users also made explicit threats aimed at the jurors on these message boards.
One user referred to the grand jurors' names as a "hit list," prompting another user to reply with, "Based.
Under Georgia law, the names of grand jurors are included on indictments – a practice aimed at promoting transparency.
However, this approach has come under scrutiny given the continuing threats following the recent indictment of Trump and 18 co-defendants. »