Neo-Nazi armed march in Montana postponed over lack of city permit

By JTA
January 12, 2017 17:07

A neo-Nazi armed march designed to harass the Montana Jewish community of Whitefish has been postponed after the white supremacist organizer failed to get a city permit.

Andrew Anglin, who runs the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer website, announced on Wednesday evening that he would not hold his march scheduled for Monday because he has not yet obtained a special event permit from the city of Whitefish.

“We’re going to do it,” Anglin told ABC-Fox Montana in an interview held on Skype. “We’re not canceling the march. We’re postponing it due to the fact that if they’re going to deny the permit in the first place, then what are they going to do when we show up to the march. I don’t want to see a bunch of people get arrested. I don’t want to see any kind of problems. We’re trying to have a peaceful march and they’re trying to block us. And look, if they city is violating my constitutional rights and they get sued over this, then that’s a big victory.


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