Residents threatened for reporting stay-home violators

SEATTLE (AP) — Protesters of Washington’s stay-at-home order to slow the coronavirus rallied again at the state Capitol while some residents who reported stay-at-home violations said they’ve received threats after far-right groups posted their personal information on Facebook. The Seattle Times reports some of the complainants who reported businesses allegedly violating the order say the Facebook posts have generated threats of violence and harassment against them. The far-right Washington Three Percenters is one group posting the names that has also promoted the stay-at-home protests. State officials said the groups could have acquired the information through public records requests.