LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI)-A Lafayette Police officer has been fired after an internal investigation. According to LPD late Friday evening the department was “tagged” in a tweet on its official Twitter page. The post contained information specifically identifying an officer, Joseph Zacharek, as a person who participated in a Neo-Nazi internet chat forum known as Iron March in 2016. LPD said it's Internal Affairs Division opened an immediate investigation to determine if this report was credible.
The internal affairs investigation determined that Zacharek did participate in this online forum and that the information that was provided to LPD was accurate and credible. As a result of this investigation, Zacharek was fired from the Lafayette Police Department.
LPD stated Zacharek was hired in June of 2020 had been working solely in a training environment.
WLFI reached out to Lafayette Police for an interview but they were not made available this weekend. The Police Chief Patrick Flannelly will be doing an interview with WLFI on Monday. We will post his remarks here on WLFI.com.
These are the comments that officer Zacharek made.
"Hello, all. I'm a 23-year-old American with mostly Eastern European ancestry plus a bit of Anglo. I'm nearly finished with an enlistment in the Army as a tank crewman. When I was younger I was a garden variety conservative libertarian. Even then I had niggling doubts about race but didn't dwell on them much, as in the public education system you guzzle the Kool-Aid and gobble up the propaganda (((they))) put before you. It wasn't until I started working as an EMT in the inner city that I openly questioned the view that all races are equal. I was exposed to the vile "culture" of the African and learned that everything I had been taught on race had been a flimsy fabrication that was not supported by real-world evidence. I found /pol/ and began reading the recommended books in the NatSoc General threads, which seemed to be the only threads where an intelligent discussion was taking place. I was astounded at first by the open naming of the Jew, but the more research I did the more I was led to the same conclusions. I would now say that I am fully NatSoc, and I'm especially interested in NatSoc economics as a way of throwing off the chains of usury and Jewish owned banking. Basically, I joined because I want to engage in higher-level fascist discourse than goes on in /pol/, and I want to be part of a community of like-minded people with the same or similar worldview. I look forward to the discussions here."