Man Removing Anti-Semitic Graffiti Assaulted in South Eugene

Update: Foy’s second degree charge of assault has been marked “cleared” on the Lane County Jail inmate lookup. We reached out to the jail who said that this could have been for a number of reasons including the possibility of further investigation needed or a judge ordered it. They would not disclose the exact reason.

Following a string of flier drops from the Goyim Defense League in Eugene and Springfield neighborhoods earlier this year, it appears that the anti-Semitic, hate group has left its mark in South Eugene, even causing a fight. 

On the night of June 1, a man was assaulted with a bat as he attempted to wash away fresh graffiti on the inside of the drive-thru for the abandoned bank building at the corner of E 40th and Donald St. in South Eugene. 

The closed bank at the corner of E. 40th and Donald St. in South Eugene. [James Croxton // Double Sided Media]
Partially washed off graffiti on the side of a building reads "" and "" which are both links to vile anti-Semitic websites.
The graffiti on the night of June 1, 2023. [James Croxton // Double Sided Media]

According to the Eugene Police Department and corroborated by reports to DSM, the fight began with a local man attempting to wash off two handwritten URLs on the side of the building. The first is a web page that acts as an infinitely reusable flier for GDL and the second is for a website that accuses Jewish people of organizing the 9/11 terror attacks. 

At some point, the man was confronted and a fight ensued. The noise from the altercation alerted people from around the area to what was happening and a crowd descended upon the property before the Eugene Police Department arrived. 

The man who was attacked was checked by medics but was not transported to a hospital. The alleged attacker, Sebastian Django Foy, aged 20, was arrested and charged with Second Degree Assault and Unlawful Use of a Weapon. He is currently being held in the Lane County Jail. 

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