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December 02, 2017

Police and city officials in Charlottesville, Virginia, were inadequately prepared for August’s violent and deadly racist alt-right rally that’s become a watershed event, a new report concludes.arlott

November 13, 2017

Christopher Cantwell’s hearing last Friday, well attended by protesters and his black-clad white supremacist allies alike, ended with his three charges dropping to one. He’s now facing one felony count of illegal use of tear gas and other gases, after he was accused of dousing multiple people with pepper spray in Charlottesville, Virginia during the August 11 tiki torch rally.

October 19, 2017

Two blockbuster lawsuits targeting 21 racist “alt-right” and hate group leaders and 17 of their organizations have been filed over the August violence in Charlottesville, Virginia — the hallmark event of what one neo-Nazi calls the “Summer of Hate.”