An Indiana police department fired one of its newly-hired cops this weekend after antifascists linked the man to a post on Iron March, a defunct neo-Nazi forum that espoused racist, fascist, and anti-Semitic views. “@LafayetteINPD— it looks like you just hired a Nazi,” Twitter user @AntiFashGordon said in a tweet to the Lafayette Police Department Friday after a separate Twitter account, @Ghosts_of_Past, revealed what was described as a post from police recruit Joseph Zacharek. “Meet #JosephZacharek, newest member of Indy PD,” Twitter user @Ghosts_of_Past wrote, linking to the post. The user describes themselves as a “boring white Southern suburban housewife who likes to dox facists and racists.”“Member of #IronMarch, the forum for #Neonazis and #WhiteSupremacists,” @Ghosts_of_Past said in the tweet. “I know the question everyone will have is, how does something like this get missed in a background investigation,” Flannelly told the Journal & Courier.