Post Profile

Nazi Richard Spencer Can't Find a Lawyer

Integrity First for America: White supremacist Richard Spencer recently filed a motion to dismiss a federal lawsuit that seeks to hold him responsible for the violence he caused in Charlottesville, Virginia, last August. Spencer argues that he can't find a lawyer to represent him because his case is too "controversial." He further claims that last summer's violent, hate-inspired rally should be accepted as the "cost of free assembly and maintaining a vibrant political culture.
read more


Related Posts

‘Crying Nazi’ sues antifa over alleged framing

News : The Raw Story

White supremacist Christopher Cantwell, who became infamous after the “Unite the Right” rally in the Charlottesville, Virginia, in August has reportedly filed a lawsuit against Antifa protesters, who …...

The Tiki Torches Are Back: ‘Flash Mob’ Alt-Right White Nationalists Return To Charlottesville

News : The Inquisitr - News

Less than two months after the notorious “Unite the Right” rally sparked violence in the city of Charlottesville, Virginia, tiki torch wielding white nationalists, led by white supremacist spokesman, Richard Spencer, returned once m...

White supremacists march again in Virginia, but turnout is small

News : The Lookout

White supremacists carrying Tiki torches rallied again on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, but in numbers far smaller than during the turbulent August demonstration that left a young counter-protester dead. Richard Spencer, wh...

Richard Spencer warns Charlottesville to brace itself for more white supremacist protests

News : The Lookout

Richard Spencer has urged Charlottesville to prepare for more white supremacist “flashmobs” after leading a march by torchlight on Saturday in Charlottesville. The leading white supremacist, who rose to fame for being punched at an ...

White supremacists cheer Trump’s response to Charlottesville violence

US Politics / Liberal : Matthew Yglesias

In response to violence by white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, Donald Trump pointedly refused to condemn the perpetrators, saying that blame for the violence comes from “many sides.” At least one person has died and man...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC