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PHOTOS: Neo-Nazi, KKK groups rally in Charlotte
Updated: November 10, 2012 at 9:47 pm
As many as 250 counter-protesters flocked to Uptown Charlotte today to demonstrate against a neo-Nazi and Ku Klux Klan rally meant to protest undocumented immigration. Organizers of the counter-protest say they wanted to take a stand against hate.
The rally was planned by the Detroit, Mich.-based National Socialist Movement. The Southern Poverty Law Center has long tracked the group, which it says is the largest neo-Nazi organization in the country.
A gallery of more than 100 photos from the event is below. Click on the thumbnails to enlarge and scroll through the gallery. All photos: Matt Comer/QNotes.
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