'Dozens' of Oregon cops have joined the Oath Keepers since 2009: leaked records
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According to hacked records that were leaked earlier this month, there are more than two dozen current and former police officers, sheriff's deputies, corrections officers, and members of the military in Oregon who appear to have joined the right-wing Oath Keepers militia since the group was founded in 2009, Oregon Public Radio reports.

One of those was Portland police officer Joseph Webber, who denied his involvement with the group to OPB despite being listed in the leaked data.

"The hacked Oath Keepers data was sent to the transparency group Distributed Denial of Secrets, which provided the information to journalists and researchers," OPB reports. "In several cases across the country, journalists and citizen sleuths have been able to confirm law enforcement and military members using the leaked data. New York City police officers and a detective in the Hudson County prosecutor's office were in the leaked data, prompting investigations from those two agencies."

Read the full report over at Oregon Public Radio.