QAnon-backing attorney Lin Wood doxes Georgia officials as he calls for help from his ‘Army of Patriots’
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In response to Georgia officials who are deciding whether or not to disbar him, pro-Trump lawyer and disseminator of election conspiracy theories Lin Wood has urged his followers to dig up dirt on the officials, VICE reports.

To help the effort, Wood published the officials' addresses on social media.

Wood, who has a following among QAnon adherents, launched the effort in response to a 1,600-page filing from the State Disciplinary Board of the State Bar of Georgia saying that it had "received information concerning the above-named attorney that suggests that said attorney may have violated one or more of the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct," citing the "frivolous filings in numerous courts" that Wood — together with Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani, made after Donald Trump's loss to Joe Biden in the 2020 election.

After posting the complaint on social media, Wood wrote, "I could use the help of an Army of Patriots."

"If you have any information that might impact the 'competency, qualifications or objectivity' of any members, would you email the information to me," Wood asked. "Their social media posts, political affiliations, representative clients (for example, what if one or more of them represent Dominion), lawsuits filed against them, etc. would all potentially provide me with relevant information that could form the basis of a challenge."

He then posted a picture listing the officials' names and addresses.