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Here are the top stories for Friday, June 28th: Avowed white supremacist sentenced in Charlottesville attack; Democrats criticize Trump for Russia ‘meddling’ remarks; Supreme Court to rule on DACA case; Hundreds gather for Stonewall 50th anniversary.

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Biden: Charlottesville violence key to 2020 run

In a video posted on Twitter, former Vice President Joe Biden focused on the 2017 deadly clash between white supremacists and counter protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia. (April 25)

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Virginia celebrates NCAA basketball championship

University of Virginia students packed the streets of Charlottesville on Monday night after the Virginia Cavaliers defeated the Texas Tech Red Raiders 85-77 in overtime to win the NCAA college basketball championship. (April 9)

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Jury recommends life in Charlottesville attack

(11 Dec 2018) Jury recommends life in Charlottesville attack

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Aaron Sorkin on timeliness of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

(10 Dec 2018) Aaron Sorkin is returning to Broadway with an adaptation of the beloved Harper Lee novel “To Kill a Mockingbird.” He says while writing the play, real world events seeped in, like President Trump’s decision to not denounce white supremacists rallying in Charlottesville, Virginia. (Dec. 10)

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Neo-Nazi guilty of murder over Charlottesville rampage

An American neo-Nazi was found guilty of murder on Friday for killing a woman when ramming his car into counter-protesters at a 2017 white supremacist rally that made Charlottesville a byword for racial violence under President Donald Trump.

Guilty verdict in Charlottesville car attack

(7 Dec 2018) A man who drove his car into a crowd of counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia was convicted of first-degree murder for killing a woman in an attack that inflamed acial and political tensions across the country. (Dec. 7)

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Peaceful Protests on Charlottesville Anniversary

(13 Aug 2018) The anniversary of the deadly violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was marked with largely peaceful protests, with police making just a handful of arrests. (Aug. 13)

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Just blame Russia: One year after Charlottesville, US lawmaker says it was Moscow’s fault

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‘Unite the Right 2’ rally, counter-protest hit DC one year after Charlottesville

Heavy police presence was seen in the center of the US capital as crowds of anti-nationalist protesters gathered to protest the Unite the Right rally one year after the Charlottesville clashes.

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The State Of Unite The Right A Year After Charlottesville (HBO)

In the summer of 2017, the alt right was an internet movement, and its rally in Charlottesville was intended to prove they could operate in the real world. It proved the opposite. The marchers had promised there would be more to come — but that’s not what happened. ​
“There’s not big alt right demonstrations at present. And that is largely due to Charlottesville,” Chris Cantwell told VICE News, a year after the rally. Cantwell had been home about two weeks. He’d been charged with a felony for macing people in the 2017 torch march, and that kept him in Virginia for almost a year, either in jail or under GPS monitoring. In late July, he pled guilty to misdemeanor assault and battery, and was banished from the state for five years.

“There was a lot of violence, a lot of chaos, a lot of lawfare — guys went to prison over this. And that understandably caused a lot of people to reconsider whether they wanted to have anything to do with it,” Cantwell said of Charlottesville. “And there wasn’t a whole lot of agreement about how to go forward, and that, to put it charitably, left us fractured.”

The aftermath of the rally has put a crushing pressure on the alt right. It’s been booted from mainstream social media. Its leaders can’t raise much money online, because crowdfunding sites reject them, and companies that process credit card payments keep kicking them off. (Cantwell said he’s been kicked off four payment processors, and has applied and been rejected from nearly 100 more.) Marchers who showed their faces in Charlottesville were doxxed, and when their identities were posted online, many were fired.

Antifa are a menacing presence at nearly every white nationalist public event. The anti-fascists have been able to do that by infiltrating white nationalist communications networks.

Over the last year, VICE News followed several alt right figures as they tried to push the movement into the mainstream. Both Richard Spencer and Matthew Heimbach went out on college tours to reach out to young people, and ended up speaking to nearly empty rooms. Both quit soon after.

Cantwell lives alone, in an apartment with very dark curtains. His shelves are filled with protein powder and nutritional supplements, he has a room full of exercise equipment, and he’s taped up signs reminding him to “STOP SAYING FUCK” on the fridge and in the bathroom. His sole source of income is his racist content business. He wants the alt right to learn how to organize, meet each other in person, and keep secrets. “I try not to look at the world in terms of regrets or whatever. What I try to do is look at it in terms of lessons learned,” Cantwell said. “I learned that the alt right, for all this talk of order, is not all that orderly.”

Cantwell says that whatever the social cost of being a white nationalist, it’s worth it. The cause has given him purpose. “I already am celebrated by more people than most people are. I mean, I matter, right? Most people don’t matter,” he said. “Most people will go through the world mostly unnoticed, and they’re happy with that. I have more people who care about me than almost anybody else.”

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How Charlottesville’s First Black Female Mayor Tried To Revive The City After Tragedy (HBO)

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and the city of Charlottesville have declared a state of emergency this weekend, in preparation for the year anniversary of the deadly 2017 Unite the Right rally.

The organizers were denied a permit and don’t plan to meet in Charlottesville again. Instead, they will be hosting a rally in D.C. But the city of Charlottesville is still preparing for the possibility of violence.

VICE News spent time with Mayor Nikuyah Walker, the city’s first black female elected to the position, and explores what it’s been like for the Charlottesville native to revive the city after a tragedy.

“My hope is that we do this work of transforming the current state of the city so well that people will come and ask us how we did that,” Walker told VICE News. ​”And that we may become a model for how true change happens in a country that has been struggling with truth for almost 400 years.” ​

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(8 Aug 2018) Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and the city of Charlottesville on Wednesday declared a state of emergency ahead of the one-year anniversary of a violent white nationalist rally that left one person dead and dozens of others injured. (Aug. 8)

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Jason Kessler Is Trying To Lead Another White Supremacist Rally In Charlottesville (HBO)

Jason Kessler organized the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville last August. It was the largest white nationalist rally in decades, and it was violent — leaving one dead and many injured. And now, Kessler wants to organize an anniversary rally.

So who is this guy, and why would he want to try this again?

Alt right leaders now say they didn’t really ask that question themselves the first time around. Kessler is 34, lives in Charlottesville, and, according to allegations in court papers, has been employed twice in the last seven years, for five months each time. His website says that before activism, Kessler “did various working class jobs from dishwasher and gym technician to truck driver and handyman.”

He wasn’t always a far-right activist. Kessler says he attended one Occupy Wall Street event, and voted for Barack Obama. But in early 2016, Kessler became interested in white identity politics, and later that year, launched a fight against an African-American member of the Charlottesville city council. He attended a tiki torch rally in Charlottesville in May 2017 that was a kind of preview of his own.

The Unite the Right rally was hyped across the white supremacist internet. But Kessler’s support dissolved quickly.

He was denounced for a crass tweet about the counter-protester who died in Charlottesville, and he fought with alt right leaders over his decision to hold a press conference, alone, the day after the rally. (He was chased by a mob.) Then he fought with co-organizer Eli Mosley over planning, optics, and who might be secretly Jewish.

Various alt right leaders have warned others to stay away from Unite the Right 2. That includes Chris Cantwell, who’s been banned from the state of Virginia for five years after pleading guilty to assault and battery. Cantwell recently told VICE News, “Jason is completely incapable of handling this, and it’s way too fucking dangerous.”

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Cannes: Spike Lee blasts Trump over Charlottesville

US director Spike Lee hits out at President Donald Trump over his response to last year’s violent white supremacist protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, as he presents his new movie “BlacKkKlansman”, a searing indictment of the white nationalist roots of the Trump era, which premiered at Cannes to a lengthy standing ovation.

Spike Lee lambasts Trump over Charlottesville

In a passionate, expletive-ridden monologue at the Cannes Film Festival, Spike Lee lambasted President Trump over his response to last year’s violent white supremacist protest in Charlottesville, Virginia. (May 15)

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Trey Gowdy Is Counting Down The Number Of Flights He Has Left Until He Can Leave D.C. For Good (HBO)

South Carolina Republican Trey Gowdy is retiring from Congress an unhappy man. He’s even counting the number of trips to the airport he has left until he can leave DC for good.

“[T]o the extent men judge themselves based on what they do for a living, I don’t have a lot to show for the last seven years,” the departing Congressman told VICE News.

Among the most prominent members to be elected as part of the Tea Party wave in 2010, Gowdy gained national notoriety as a fiercely partisan interrogator of Hillary Clinton following the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.

He said he doesn’t relish the reputation, or think it’s justified. And it’s helped drive him out of Congress.

But at least he made some friends along the way.

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Neo-Nazis Let A Journalist In Their Group — Here’s What He Saw

Journalist Vegas Tenold, who embedded himself into different Neo-Nazi groups, explains some key points in the alt-right movement, including their participation in online forums and social media such as 4chan and Twitter. Tenold claims the alt-right movement is smaller than we think and that most of this movement’s action lives online. Following is a transcript of the video.

[Crowd] Replace us. You will not replace us. You will not replace us.

Vegas Tenold: My first encounter was with the National Socialist Movement, which is the largest Neo-Nazi group in America.

This journalist embedded himself with White Nationalist groups in America.

Vegas Tenold: After that, I started traveling with some various Klan groups, and then I met Matthew Heimbach, who became the main character of my book.

Matthew Heimbach leads the political party Traditionalist Worker Party.

Matthew Heimbach: Our movement is about securing the existence of our people, and a future for white children. All of us are engaged in this struggle. And much like a military, there is positions for everyone.

Vegas Tenold: Many other people, they come from poor, rural, and predominantly white parts of America, Appalachia. And they look around and they see that their neighbors and their friends are suffering under opioid addiction, that they have no jobs, and no prospects. And they kind of extrapolate from that then that must be what it’s like for white people all over. They don’t have the ability to kind of lift their gaze a little bit, because if they did, I think they’d see that white people on the whole, especially white men, who this movement is mostly consisting of, have it pretty good.

The gatherings are a lot smaller, and you know, that’s the inherent problem in the far right, sort of alt-right. It’s a movement, which in large part, exists online with anonymous Twitter avatars.

“Honestly, sometimes I can’t believe how dumb our movement can be..We have to get serious about things if we want to move forward. This anonymous, online b——- can’t go on.” – Matthew Heimbach, leader of Traditionalist Workers Party

Vegas Tenold: With the Internet, with social media, it becomes that much easier to have your opinions reinforced. And once you try to translate that into real world action, it becomes difficult. I was at Charlottesville where they were, I would say around 400 people, which is by far the largest gathering I’d ever been to. And I’d been to dozens of these things.

Yes, there has been a mobilizing effect, and I think people are emboldened but even so, they’re still struggling on how to translate this into an actionable, physical movement. The current crop of politicians aren’t doing any favors. I think they’re feeding into this as well. So it becomes this pretty toxic place where it’s easy for this kind of rhetoric to grow even more. 

Donald Trump: You know there’s another side. There was a group on this side, you can call them the left, you’ve just called them the left, that came violently attacking the other group.

Vegas Tenold: You know there was a rally in Boston after Charlottesville, where I think five or six Nationalists came out, and a few thousand counter-protestors came out.

Counter protesters at the Boston Free Speech Rally. 

Vegas Tenold: There are rays of light in this thing. Just recently, a guy, a former Hammerskin, which is the most extreme part of the Skinhead movement, texted me and said he left the movement. And that he might want to help others leave, too. So as awful and abhorrent as their ideology and politics is, some of them can change. Some of them can turn and come back to us.

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Meet The Congressman Who’s Blocking His Constituents Online (HBO)

Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar suggested the participants in the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville in August may have been organized by an “Obama sympathizer” and funded by George Soros, whom Gosar accused of having “turned in his own people to the Nazis.”

Gosar made these comments — and there is no evidence backing these theories — to VICE News in an interview about one of his constituents who is suing him in federal court for blocking her on his official Facebook page. The constituent, J’aime Morgaine, argues that Gosar is violating her First Amendment right to engage in debate in a virtual public forum.

The congressman justifies blocking Morgaine and hundreds like her by pointing to the attempted assassination of Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise. Scalise, a Republican, was shot at a congressional baseball practice in June by a homeless man who belonged to left-wing Facebook groups. Hateful comments on social media, Gosar said, could lead to violence. Gosar is a Republican. Morgaine made critical comments on his page from a liberal perspective.

This segment originally aired Thursday, October 5th on VICE News Tonight on HBO.

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A Lot Of White Supremacists Seem To Have An Asian Fetish (HBO)

If you’ve seen footage of the Charlottesville marches, you may have noticed that Chris Cantwell, a white supremacist, has an Asian tattoo on his arm.

This actually isn’t that strange — a lot of White supremacists seem to have an unlikely fetish for all things Asian.

Take Charleston shooter Dylann Roof, who wrote in his manifesto of his “great [respect] for the East Asian races.”

“Even if we were to go extinct they could carry something on,” he wrote, musing later in the same document that Asians “could be great allies of the White race.”

Then there’s former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke, who has said that he was “impressed by the Japanese people,” and Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik, who praised South Korea, Taiwan, and Japan for “protecting their monoculture” in his manifesto.

It’s all part of a pattern that appears to go back at least to Hitler. But modern white supremacists are taking their Asian fetish way further than Hitler ever did.

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Charlottesville Empowered Neo-Nazi Supporters in Berlin (HBO)

Just days after Charlottesville, more than 500 neo-Nazis marched through Berlin in the largest fascist rally the city has seen in more than a decade. VICE News speaks with rally participants and anti-fascist counterprotesters.

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Neo-Nazis In Berlin & Trump’s Plan For Afghanistan: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

August 21, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

VICE News attends the largest fascist rally that Berlin has seen in over than a decade, consisting of more than 500 neo-Nazis.

Trump outlines the Afghanistan strategy in his first primetime TV address on specific policy issue.

Plus, VICE News follows a family during move-in day at UVA in Charlottesville and watches the solar eclipse from Wyoming alongside nuclear physicist Taylor Wilson.

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Russian Radio in D.C. & Legal Bike Theft: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

August 17, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

The Russians have taken over Washington DC’s country music radio station. VICE News visits the station accused of attempting to influence the debate in the US via the media.

A conversation with Tim Scott, the only black Republican senator, about Charlottesville, racism and Trump.

Plus, a look inside Seattle’s new Beijing-based bikesharing program that seems a lot like legal bike theft.

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Tunnels Underneath Palestine & Joke-Theft: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

August 16, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

VICE News goes to East Jerusalem to explore the concealed underground tunnels, causing damage to the homes of Palestinian residents living above the excavation sites.

We interview Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer after the memorial of Heather Heyer, who was killed during the white supremacist rally.

Also, a look into how difficult it is to own a joke legally, and to prove it’s been stolen.

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A Kentucky Mayor Has Fought For Years To Remove Confederate Statues (HBO)

Fallout continues as US cities step up the removal of Confederate statues in wake of Charlottesville. VICE News meets with Lexington Mayor Jim Gray to learn Charlottesville inspired him to accelerate the relocation of the city’s two Confederate statues.

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