WILD VIDEO=> 7 Hospitalized – 5 Stabbed at Neo-Nazi Rally in Sacramento
Seven people were hospitalized and five people were stabbed today at a neo-nazi rally in Sacramento, California.
The skinheads got pummeled by anarchists–
— Tanya USA (@Tanya_USA) June 26, 2016
VIDEO SHOWS ANARCHISTS RIOTING AND BEATING PEOPLE WITH STICKS–
Amerika CA Sacramento'da iki gurup aradında çıkan kavga..Neo-nazi gurup göstericilere bıçaklarla saldırıyor… pic.twitter.com/fMfmVXoKMX
— YAHYA KAPTAN (@hkntrkymz) June 26, 2016
The LA Times reported:
At least five people were stabbed, with some injured critically, during clashes between rallying neo-Nazis and counter-protesters at the Capitol in Sacramento on Sunday, fire officials said.
Five patients were transported to local hospitals with stab wounds, said Chris Harvey, public information officer for the Sacramento Fire Department. Several other people suffered cuts, scrapes and bruises but were not taken to the hospital, Harvey said.
“It was quite a bit of a melee,” Harvey said, mentioning that several different groups had descended on the Capitol, including counter-protesters.
Harvey said he did not know which groups the stabbing victims were from.
Emergency responders got the call at roughly 11:45 am. The victims were spread out over the Capitol grounds, which covers multiple blocks in downtown Sacramento, Harvey said. As of 12:45 p.m. the crowds had been dispersed and most protesters had left the area.
The Traditionalist Worker Party, a white supremacist, anti-immigration group, was holding a march Sunday “to protest against globalization and in defense of the right to free expression,” according to the group’s website. The members appeared to be vastly outnumbered by counter-protesters, who held up signs that read “Nazi scum,” according to photos and videos posted on social media.
— (((Jett Goldsmith))) (@JettGoldsmith) June 26, 2016
— Frances Wang (@ABC10Frances) June 26, 2016
The anti-Nazis have apparently become more violent than the Nazis–
— Juan Camilo Palacio (@camilopalacio) June 26, 2016