An incident reported by LehighValleyLive.com may very well have been the work of an anti-racist activist. On February 6th, 2013, an unidentified white man approached a woman outside the Fogelsville post office, took her picture, and called her an "Anglo-Saxon neo-Nazi". The report from LehighValleyLive.com:
An unidentified man snapped photos of a woman and called her names Wednesday [Feb. 6] outside the Fogelsville post office, Upper Macungie Township police said.
The woman, Karen Ritter, told officers she exited the 7918 Main St. post office at about 3 p.m. and was approached by a man she does not know, police said.
The man got out of a maroon Chevrolet Venture minivan, "stood uncomfortably close" to Ritter and yelled at her as he took photos, police said. At one point, he called Ritter an "Anglo-Saxon Neo-Nazi," police said.
The suspect is described as white man in his 40s, 6 feet tall with a large build and clean shaven, police said. He was wearing a gray baseball hat and a gray hunter's jacket, police said.
According to a 2007 post on Lehigh Valley Ramblings, there's a Karen Ritter in the area who was a popular state representative from Allentown. So it could be an innocent dispute with a disgruntled former constituent. But the man's use of the term "neo-Nazi" doesn't necessarily fit that profile. This would more likely be the work of a lone-wolf antifa. Since Ritter's name doesn't appear on any professional anti-racist's rogues gallery, this could be a case of mistaken identity. This would be a disturbing escalation of disruptive tactics by antifa.
It may turn out to be a fluke, but forewarned is forearmed.