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Oliver Faux, Winston Miller, Konrad Eckstein, Jessica Phillips, Cecilia Shaw

John Smith, Editor; Julie Jones, Senior Editor

Terrorgram Advertisement[1]

Event: On October 14, 2022, a terrorgram documentary, named “XXXXX XXXXX”, was released on multiple unmonitored and encrypted social media platforms, like XXXXXXX and XXX.[2] The documentary follows the attacks carried out by every “Saint” from April 1968 to May 2022, listing statistics like totals of deaths and injuries. “Saints” are mass shooters idolized for meeting one of the five criteria required to become a saint, including being of XXXXX XXXX, conducting an XXXXXXXXX XXXXXX, having a motive to kill those who “XXXXXXXXX XXXXX XXXXX,” a “XXXXX” XX XXXXXXX XXXXXX XXX, and sharing the worldview of XXXXX XXXXXXXX.[3] “XXXXX XXXXX” uses vulgar language to describe minorities, with phrases like “XXXXXX,” “XXXX XXXXXXXX” and “XXXXXXX”. The documentary ends by encouraging viewers to become “saints”, with statements like “XXXX XXX XXXXXX, XXX XXXX XX XXXXXX XXX XXX XXXXXXXX XXXX XXX XX XX XXXX,” and “XXXX XXXX XXXXXX… and our legacy of XXXXX XXXXX.”[4]

Significance: “XXXXX XXXXX” was almost certainly released to recruit and inspire other far-right radicals to conduct mass attacks. These attacks will very likely be conducted by copycats with similar ideologies, likely encouraged after viewing the documentary. Attack sympathizers will almost certainly plan the attacks in regard to the “sainthood” criteria. Radicals will very likely follow similar strategies as those in the documentary, likely by targeting minority communities and using similar weapons, like assault rifles and improvised explosive devices. The documentary is likely a new tactic intended as a form of entertainment among copycat attackers and others with aligning views, who will very likely see this violence as the “norm” and become further desensitized to violence. The vulgar language throughout “XXXXX XXXXX” will very likely evoke feelings of hostility toward minorities, almost certainly increasing the chances of these communities being targeted.


  • Any pertinent information regarding the publication of online terrorgrams should be reported to relevant law enforcement and security agencies.

  • Users who find channels disseminating terrogram content should report to the proper authorities to slow the spread of violent rhetoric.

  • It is recommended online discussion forums are monitored for discourse relating to the terrorgram documentary and other publications to quickly respond to potential threats.

  • The public should report any suspicious behavior or claims of those they know, either in-person or online, who discuss “White Terror” and/or indicate they will conduct future attacks.

  • If there is any additional and or critical information please contact us at The Counterterrorism Group (CTG) by Telephone 202-643-2848 or email


The Counterterrorism Group (CTG)

[1] CTG Threat Hunter

[2] Ibid, redacted for security purposes

[3] Ibid

[4] Ibid


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