The Guardian, “‘I refuse to be like them’: why the man shot while protesting Milo Yiannopoulos doesn’t want revenge”

Tall and lanky, with a nose ring, black leather jacket, tattoos, and combat boots that offer a clue to his political philosophy – anarchism – Dukes, who also goes by the handle β€œHex”, is conscious of his role as the embodiment of the violent political polarization that has marked the onset of the Trump era.

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