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Heavily armed militia groups, local authorities at odds with each other and the state, and ultimately, police failing to keep opposing groups apart led to violent clashes and the death of an anti-fascist protester. We explore what went wrong, and what it means as cities like D.C. brace for upcoming rallies and protests.
- Aaron Davis Reporter, The Washington Post; @byaaroncdavis
- Brian Moran Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security, Virginia
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