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Neo-Nazi group plans event in Potter County - The Bradford Era: News - Neo-Nazi group plans event in Potter County: News


Neo-Nazi group plans event in Potter County - The Bradford Era: News - Neo-Nazi group plans event in Potter County: News: The event is slated for Aug. 13 somewhere in or around Ulysses. That’s the same community that in 2002 had been the site of the Aryan World Congress, which included skinheads, Klansmen, neo-Nazis and white power bands. For several years, the white supremacist group Aryan Nations had a presence in the county.

For the upcoming event, the National Socialist Movement said in a flyer that it is inviting “all White Patriots” to attend the meeting along Route 49 near Coudersport, and for people to “bring the kids.”

Gates open at 4 p.m.; the exact address for the meeting has not been disclosed. A Swastika lighting is planned at dusk, and, according to the movement’s website, the Swastika represents the white race.

At the same time of the event, area residents are planning to counteract the meeting with a peaceful protest, one of individuals saying that, “we cannot allow this element into our county.”

The National Socialist Movement meeting’s purpose is to meet, talk and organize, Bowers said. The event will cover a myriad of topics, including the fact that police officers have been shot at in recent months. Bowers also said the meeting will include talk of people who have been violently protesting events held by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

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