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The bulk of a lawsuit against a group of alt-right activists, neo-Nazis and racists stemming from the deadly “Unite the Right” rally can go forward after a federal judge concluded that a group of Charlottesville residents “plausibly alleged” a conspiracy to engage in racial violence among the groups.
He likes to dress as a Confederate soldier, sing “Dixie” online and buy guns. Now, he wants out of jail and thinks his attorney isn’t doing enough to make it happen.
An Ohio man has pleaded not guilty to more than two dozen federal hate crime charges stemming from the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August 2017.
Patriot Prayer buses in activists from around the country, gets them into a fighting mood, and then tries to confront their opposition. It ends badly.
After five people were gunned down in their own newsroom, the normally feisty editorial page of the Capital-Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, went silent Friday.
Well before any motive or suspect was announced in Thursday’s mass shooting at a Maryland newspaper, racist "alt-right" figure Milo Yiannopoulos was already playing defense about comments he recently made saying he was looking forward to vigilantes “gunning journalists down on sight.”
The far-right provocateur tells reporters he hopes angry conservatives start assassinating them, and the alt-right '14/88ers' love the idea.
An Ohio man has been charged with more than 30 hate crimes, including intentionally killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer, for his actions during the disastrous “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.