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Neo-Nazis spark violence

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Toledo

Angry crowds pelted police with rocks and bottles in Toledo last week, forcing the cancellation of a planned march by white supremacists. The neo-Nazi National Socialist Movement was supposed to march through the city under police protection, with counterprotesters set up along their route. But 600 city residents, including some gang members, began rioting before the march even began. Police arrested at least two dozen people after a local tavern, Jim and Lou’s Bar, was set on fire. The neo-Nazis “came here to stir up Toledo,” Mayor Jack Ford said, “and I think they succeeded.”

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