This from the Free Republic
His name is Jason Levin and he has set up a website urging people to infiltrate Tea Parties and act in such a way as to damage their public image. His website is called CrashTheTeaParty.org
While the website's registry has been changed to hide the owner, Freepers were able to track down Mr. Levin and here is what we found:
The current registry for the website lists:
3 chestnut lane
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19115
Luckily, freeper HOYA97 was able to grab the true registry info before it was changed to cover Mr. Levin's tracks.
Registrant Name:Jason Levin
Registrant Street1:xxxx SW Birch Street
Registrant Postal Code:97223
So now we learn the website's true owner is Jason Levin of Portland, OR. His attempt to hide his info by using "Ben Franklin" and "Philadelphia" came from his Myspace page (found by freeper correctthought) as Franklin is listed as his hero and Philly was listed as his hometown. His Myspace page uses the screen name "xenex11" which also was listed on the original registry info.
Freeper csd found Mr. Levin's twitter account and his linkein account.(xenex11 used once again) From linkein we learn:
Owner, MCG Technology Solutions
Portland, Oregon Area
* Owner (Sole Proprietorship) at MCG Technology Solutions
* Technology Teacher at School District of Philadelphia
* San Francisco State University
* Temple University
* Bensalem High School
Freeper willyd found his Intelius page where he links back to his myspace page description of himself as:
"As a black lesbian trapped in the body of a straight white man, I am able to pass as a member of the establishment wile still maintaining my oneness with the spirit of the Earf Muvah. I’m currently being sued by my inner child for molestation...but trust me, the charges are baseless."
I was able to locate Mr. Levin's YELP page where we learn that he "was raised by a Master Chef & worked in restaurants for over 10 years." I was also able to get from "YELP" these pictures of Jason Levin (xenex11):
Others to look out for posing as racists or trouble makers at tea party events: