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Three Men Who Shot Black Lives Matter Protesters Emerged From Internet’s Racist Swamps | Southern Poverty Law Center

27.11.15

Three Men Who Shot Black Lives Matter Protesters Emerged From Internet’s Racist Swamps | Southern Poverty Law Center:

As more facts emerge in the case, it’s now beginning to appear that
not only was the attack a carefully planned attempt to disrupt the
demonstration, but the men who participated in the shootings had been
radicalized in the course of conversing on websites and in chatrooms
where racist and other far-right extremist ideology flourishes. Indeed,
the men began networking in real life as a result of their Internet
hatemongering.


Minneapolis police have now arrested three men
in connection with the shooting, which occurred at about 10:45 p.m. in
front of the police precinct station where the Black Lives Matter had
set up an encampment Nov. 15 to protest the shooting that day of an unarmed 24-year-old black man named Jamar Clark.


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