Newsweek, “Could Deadly Charlottesville Clashes Have Been Prevented?”

In both cases, according to the report, “anarchist extremists” attacked legal protesters, whom authorities had granted a permit. The initial provocations led to fights, injuries, arrests and at least two felony charges of assault and battery.

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