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Did outing Charlottesville's white supremacists just make them more committed?

The “Unite the Right” rally on Saturday morning in Charlottesville, Virginia, was the first time 27-year-old Nigel Krofta attended a white nationalist event. He’s been active in the movement online, but last weekend he stepped out from behind his keyboard and stood clutching a billy club alongside the the neo-Nazis, white nationalists, Klansmen, and other so-called alt-right marchers.
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