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Hatewatch Headlines 10/14/2016

Trump goes full-bore conspiracist; Alt-Right loves Kremlin policies; Teen’s suicide exposes Nazi group; and more.

The New York Times: Donald Trump echoes classic anti-Semitic themes with dark speech accusing Clinton of conspiracy.

The Diplomat: The American Alt-Right's love of Kremlin policies, and how Putin exploits it.

Texas Observer: Trump defender Robert Jeffress to rally anti-LGBT troops in Houston before election.

Huffington Post: Trump supporter who loved David Duke’s book gets meet-and-greet with the nominee.

Newsweek: How ‘pickup artist’ Roosh V morphed into an Alt-Right political provocateur.

The Guardian (UK): Armed ‘3%’ militia tries to face down Muslims’ hopes to build mosque in tiny Georgia town.

CBS 13 Sacramento (CA): White nationalist group’s flyers spark backlash at CSU-Stanislaus.

Raw Story: Secret Nazi group’s existence exposed after Colorado teen kills himself to prove his devotion.

Times-Picayune (New Orleans): Gretna antigovernment ‘sovereign citizen’ sentenced to 20 years for mail-fraud conviction.

Wichita Eagle (KS): Kansas’ Kris Kobach defaults on defense of proof-of-citizenship law, so courts may overturn it.

Washington Post: Crowd hurls racial slurs at all-black youth football team as some players take knee during anthem.

Orlando Sun-Sentinel (FL): Hate crime charged against suspect in arson of Fort Pierce mosque where shooter worshiped.

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