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A rare example of the military taking proactive steps to keep an extremist — the man in a viral photo from the deadly 2017 white supremacist rally — out of its ranks.
Brandon Higgs, who was active in private neo-Nazi chat groups, said "Go back to Africa!" before the shooting in a Baltimore suburb.
The president's enabling response echoed his handling of the 2017 violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
HuffPost obtained 10 police reports documenting past allegations of violence or threats of violence — including three involving a gun.
Cantwell has harassed and threatened people for years since participating in 2017's deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
In a new poll, only about a quarter of Americans say they believe President Trump personally opposes white nationalism.
The men had been identified as some of the "most violent" during the deadly white supremacy rally, and had trained to provoke violence.
A new Freedom and Liberation Day recognizing slaves' emancipation in Charlottesville will replace Jefferson's birthday as a city holiday.
Fields is already facing a Virginia life sentence for murder for ramming his car into a crowd at an extremist rally, killing protester Heather Heyer.
Fields, a white nationalist, is charged with intentionally killing Heather Heyer with his car at the "Unite the Right" rally.