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Twitter users trying to expose the Charlottesville white supremacists doxxed the wrong guy

Social media users pushing to expose the white nationalists who held a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend hastily doxxed a man who was over 1,000 miles away from the event, the New York Times reports.  The rally, which was organized to protest the removal of a Confederate statue in the city honoring Gen. Robert E. Lee, devolved into chaos when white supremacists clashed with counter-protesters on Saturday.
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