Anarchist students at the University of Pittsburgh are offering a free service to deal with snitches to “discourage” “toxic behavior.”
The Didn’t See Sh*t Crew advertises: “help dealing with a rat” via “snitch-shaming” and “unsolicited interviews” in addition to legal support and poster design or op-ed writing.
“We’re sick of seeing good kids get expelled, arrested, or otherwise screwed over because some holier-than-thou bootlicker decided to fuck up someone’s life,” the group states, “because some snitch reported a graffiti artist, or tipped off a Pitt employee about a darknet mail order, or called the cops on students for flyering and promoting events without a permit, or chose to be an asshole of an RA and actually conduct a random dorm search, or ratted out a student who stole the textbooks they couldn’t afford.”
The Didn’t See Sh*t Crew’s site features an embedded poster depicting two children in front of a police car with the phrase “Snitches Get Stitches.” The kid in the background appears to be talking with the police officer, while the kid in the foreground appears to be hiding a revolver behind his back.
“We know people who’d love to meet (or surprise) a snitch,” the group asserts on its site. “Based on your input, interviews can be conducted in a friendly or an aggressive manner, from educational conversations oriented towards healing broken relationships to outright condemnation, from intensive Q&A’s that are recorded and publicized to *ahem* intimate conversations in dark alleyways.”
The Daily Caller News Foundation reached out to both the Didn’t See Sh*t Crew and the university for comment but received none in time for press.
The Crew is not the only manifestation of anarchists at the University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh anarchists also hosted a kickoff potluck for their Black and Red Free Skool Sunday.
“Many of us are still reeling from the enduring pain that the hierarchy and domination of mainstream education has left on our bodies, minds and spirits,” the organizers advertise. “Our intention is to make learning possible without hierarchies, without fees, and compensated when possible.”
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