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Teens' Nazi-themed Facebook group uncovered after death

A Nazi-inspired group of high schoolers surfaced on Facebook after its teenage leader committed suicide in an apparent pledge of allegiance to the racist cause. The sad story is another sign of an alarming uptick in white supremacism and extremism. At least 15 students across Colorado belonged to the "4th Reich's Official Group Chat," whose members advocated killing black people and Jews, according to police.
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