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FBI Ignores Violent Neo-Nazi Hate Group, While Surveilling Antifascists and Black Activists

The Federal Bureau of Investigation says it has no records on one of the most notorious neo-Nazi hate groups in the United States. At the same time, the FBI has acknowledged that it is actively "investigating" anti-fascists and surveilling Black activists.

Journalist Ken Klippenstein‏ filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the FBI, asking for its records on Identity Evropa, a fascist group that is closely linked to white supremacist violence.  Read more.

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