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On The Internet, Everyone Knows 'You're A Racist': Twitter Account IDs Marchers

They weren't hiding their faces as they waved swastikas and shouted white supremacist and Nazi slogans. Now Internet sleuths are identifying (and misidentifying) the Charlottesville marchers.
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