Neo-Nazis march in US against illegal immigration

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April 22, 2007 07:42

 
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Members of a neo-Nazi group rallied at South Carolina's statehouse to protest illegal immigration but were outnumbered by opponents and law enforcement officers. Fewer than 100 members of the National Socialist Movement marched in the two-block parade Saturday and rallied on the north steps of the Statehouse, where a statue of first US president George Washington stands. Members did the Nazi salute, yelled racial epithets and launched a diatribe against Jews during the 90-minute rally. The Minneapolis-based group also announced state leader John Bowles as a candidate for president.


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