Conspiracy theorists warn that the antifa are planning a civil war, Charlottesville 2.0 is a flop, and help us follow Nazi money.
Neo-Nazis are getting rich off bitcoin, domestic terror experts have questions about the Las Vegas shooter, and white nationalism thrives in the U.S.
This week: The trouble with hate crime laws, a white supremacist’s bodyguard reportedly has ties to the military and how to fight back against hate.
Lesser-known hate groups plan a White Lives Matter protest, similarities in white supremacist and Islamic State recruiting and new hate attacks.
In this week’s roundup: Stories that break the hate.
Plus: a church shooting in Nashville is being investigated as a possible hate crime, and a list of who’s calling Trump a white supremacist.
The slayings echo other brutal killings that have happened this year.
Members of the anti-fascist movement are tracking right-wing activists in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, creating a database of known targets.
Organizers of the Unite the Right rally had a clear plan, according to the group’s chat and conference calls. The group’s plan failed spectacularly.
If police had deployed tear gas, they could have dispersed the black bloc, but would have gassed hundreds of peaceful protesters.