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  • Witness stunned by sudden outbreak of violence at State Capitol

    A protester against white supremacy members recalls the violence at the State Capitol on Sunday, June 26, 2016. Anti-Fascist and fascist groups clashed in several areas on the grounds of the State Capitol resulting in at least 10 people injured - five being stabbed - and the closing of surrounding streets as more than 100 police in riot gear raced to subdue the violence.

A protester against white supremacy members recalls the violence at the State Capitol on Sunday, June 26, 2016. Anti-Fascist and fascist groups clashed in several areas on the grounds of the State Capitol resulting in at least 10 people injured - five being stabbed - and the closing of surrounding streets as more than 100 police in riot gear raced to subdue the violence. Erasmo Martinez The Sacramento Bee
A protester against white supremacy members recalls the violence at the State Capitol on Sunday, June 26, 2016. Anti-Fascist and fascist groups clashed in several areas on the grounds of the State Capitol resulting in at least 10 people injured - five being stabbed - and the closing of surrounding streets as more than 100 police in riot gear raced to subdue the violence. Erasmo Martinez The Sacramento Bee
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Sunday’s rally at the state Capitol was a ‘powder keg’ waiting to explode

June 28, 2016 2:44 PM

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