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A screen recording of twitter Dm's revealing the grooming nature of one of Varg Vikernes's (Thulean Perspective / @GandalftheWhi19) close supporters. Mr Vikernes has previously publicly defended this character when he was revealed to have been "courting" a minor.
Hairmheadh's main defence in his cover story is that "a troll account" created a profile with the handle spelled "WiiiJQuestioner", with upper case i's in place of lower case L's, to impersonate him and that the entire DM exchange was fabricated.
Did you know that there are ways to look up whether or not a twitter profile has previously changed their handle? One such way (and there are a few) is via an archive site. For example, here are some archives of Hairmheadh's tweets and main twitter page showing that Hairmheadh had, at this point in time, changed his handle to the "WiiiJQ" spelling himself:
Twitter also will have all of the old metadata and account information saved, which can be retrieved if need be (ie for legal reasons). This data would unequivocally prove that Hairmheadh's main account was the one engaging in the DM's and that he had changed his handle himself.
Google also has a habit of retaining the changed information of twitter accounts, such as handle changes and the profile pictures of deleted accounts. If you go to Google and search for "@WiiiJQuestioner", guess who's main profile you will be directed to? Google and Twitter are not sensitive to capslock and lower case letters within their search engines. Try it yourself. These are just a couple of many methods to find out twitter profile user past handle changes.
Seems to me that Hairmheadh possibly had a habit of changing his handle (to WiiiJQ) with capital "i's" when he started talking to young girls or planned to engage in suspect behaviour, so that if it went sour he could change it back (to WillJQ) and claim that the account with the "ii" spelling was a troll account. He ironically alerted everybody to his name-swap trick whilst trying to use it as a defence after falling for a honeypot and getting his fingers sticky.
What is more likely to be true? His complicated cover story involving numerous trolls who went to a great effort in order to forge evidence against him? Or that a fake account of a teenage girl was made, who simply had to wait for him to contact "her" and the DM recording is legitimate? I can assure you that the latter did not take up much time or effort at all.
As for the video failing to click onto the Dm's from his main profile? I'll admit it, that was a rookie mistake and a regretful oversight. I had anticipated that showing his account name and handle in the chat would be enough, underestimating how sneaky and conniving he truly is. I'll give him credit for that little trick (which is now useless to him since he's pointed it out and there is proof that he changed his handle himself).
If others refuse to see the evidence before their very eyes, so be it. If this experience prevents Hairmheadh from engaging in such behaviour in the future and helps to keep our young women safer, then it was completely worth it.
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