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  • Four arrested in Maumee prostitution sting sentenced...

    Friday Aug 31 | via Toledo Blade 

    Four Toledo-area women who were arrested and charged last week as part of a prostitution sting in Maumee were sentenced to probation. Kelly Adams, 42, and Jameire Purley, 21, both of Toledo, and Danielle Whetro, 33, of Walbridge, pleaded no contest in Maumee Municipal Court to attempting to commit the offense of soliciting, a fourth-degree misdemeanor, according to online court records.

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  • Man granted early release in shooting that killed Ma...

    Tuesday Aug 21 | via Toledo Blade 

    Travis Durden was arguably the least involved in a drug deal that left one young man dead and another paralyzed last year. On Tuesday, Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Ian English granted Durden's motion for early release from prison, though he gave Durden a long list of requirements beginning with six months in the Correctional Treatment Facility followed by 90 days in the Lucas County Work Release Program and 60 days on electronic monitoring.

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  • Vigil, marches mark anniversary of deadly far-right ...

    Aug 13, 2018 | via Minot Daily News 

    A year after a deadly gathering of far-right extremists in Charlottesville, a few dozen white nationalists marched Sunday across from the White House, their numbers dwarfed by thousands of counterprotesters, while the mother of a woman killed at last summer's protest said the country continues to face unhealed racial wounds. The events, largely peaceful though tense at times in Charlottesville and Washington, were part of a day of speeches, vigils and marches marking the anniversary of one of the largest gatherings of white nationalists and other far-right extremists in a decade.

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  • Counterprotests far outnumber supremacist rally

    Aug 13, 2018 | via The Paducah Sun Online Edition 

    A year after a deadly gathering of far-right extremists in Charlottesville, less than two dozen white nationalists marched Sunday across from the White House, their numbers dwarfed by thousands of counterprotesters, while the mother of a woman killed at last summer's protest said the country continues to face unhealed racial wounds.

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  • Marches, vigils mark anniversary of Charlottesville ...

    Aug 13, 2018 | via Sentinel & Enterprise 

    A year after a deadly gathering of far-right extremists in Charlottesville, a few dozen white nationalists marched Sunday across from the White House, their numbers dwarfed by thousands of counterprotesters, while the mother of a woman killed at last summer's protest said the country continues to face unhealed racial wounds. The events, largely peaceful though tense at times in Charlottesville and Washington, were part of a day of speeches, vigils and marches marking the anniversary of one of the largest gatherings of white nationalists and other far-right extremists in a decade.

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  • Thousands mark anniversary of deadly violence in Cha...

    Aug 13, 2018 | via Haringey Independent 

    Thousands of people wanting to send a message that racism is not welcome in the United States gathered in a park outside the White House to protest against a white nationalist rally on the anniversary of the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. The events held in both Charlottesville and Washington were part of a day of speeches, vigils and marches marking a year since one of the largest gatherings of white nationalists and other far-right extremists in a decade.

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  • .com | WATCH: Protests mark anniversary of Charlotte...

    Aug 13, 2018 | via News24 

    First lady Melania Trump's parents have been sworn in as US citizens; a lawyer for Viktor and Amalija Knavs says the Slovenian couple took the citizenship oath in New York City. A year after a deadly gathering of far-right extremists in Charlottesville, less than two dozen white nationalists marched on Sunday across from the White House, their numbers dwarfed by thousands of counter-protesters, while the mother of a woman killed at last summer's protest said the country continues to face unhealed racial wounds.

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  • White supremacists' rally outside White House, dwarf...

    Aug 12, 2018 | via Stuff.co.nz 

    A year after a deadly gathering of far-right extremists in Charlottesville, less than two dozen white nationalists marched Sunday across from the White House, their numbers dwarfed by thousands of counter-protesters, while the mother of a woman killed at last summer's protest said the country continues to face unhealed racial wounds. The events, largely peaceful though tense at times in Charlottesville and Washington, were part of a day of speeches, vigils and marches marking the anniversary of one of the largest gatherings of white nationalists and other far-right extremists in a decade.

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  • 'Unite the Right,' protesters separated by police

    Aug 12, 2018 | via Washington Times 

    A small group of white nationalists and many more anti-racism protesters staged dueling rallies Sunday across from the White House, as a phalanx of police officers kept the two camps separated to prevent a repeat of the deadly violence that erupted last year at a white supremacist gathering in Charlottesville , Virginia. D.C.-area police officers surrounded the 30 or so attendees of Sunday's "Unite the Right 2" rally and escorted them at Metro stations, along Pennsylvania Avenue, and to and from Lafayette Square across from the White House.

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  • The Latest: Prohibited items seized in Charlottesville

    Aug 11, 2018 | via Washington Times 

    The Latest on events marking the anniversary of white supremacist violence in Charlottesville , Virginia : Authorities in Charlottesville say they have seized prohibited items such as brass knuckles as hundreds of people have passed through security checkpoints leading into the city's downtown area. A news release from the city Saturday afternoon said several hundred people had made their way through the perimeter that was established at 8 a.m. The city says law enforcement at the access points are conducting consensual checks for objects that were banned as a security measure during the weekend anniversary of last summer's violence.

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  • Threatening Words: Courts and protected speech

    Aug 1, 2018 | via ABA Journal 

    This past January, a Michigan man named Brandon Griesemer called CNN 22 times and ranted: "You are going down. I have a gun and I am coming to Georgia right now to go to the CNN headquarters to fucking gun every single last one of you."

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