February 12, 2018 Posted by Daryl Johnson in White Supremacist Movement

SACRAMENTO, [CA]--Court documents show that California police investigating a 2016 violent white nationalist event sought the help of neo-Nazis in naming counter-protesters who held “anti-racist” beliefs. In documents related to a court case for three anti-fascists—charged with felonies from a state Capitol brawl in Sacramento last June between white supremacist groups and anti-fascist groups—California Highway Patrol (CHP) investigators are shown sympathizing with white supremacists, as well as trying to identify key leaders of anti-fascist groups. “Everything in all the court documents are damning evidence of CHP cover up and the CHP and DA collusion with white supremacists and openly so,” said Yvette Felarca, a prominent San Francisco Bay anti-fascist leader, who shared the related documents with the media. View More>>

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