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Michigan Businessman Gets Protests, Death Threats For Being A Supposed Nazi – Thanks To Old Facebook Photos

A Michigan businessman has closed his business, perhaps permanently, and is receiving death threats, all because of years-old photos of him that appear to depict him supporting Nazis. As The Kalamazoo Gazette reports, Aaron VanArsdale would like everyone to know that he is not now, nor has he ever been, a Nazi, a Nazi sympathizer, a white supremacist, or a member of any other hate group.
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