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Group outs neo-Nazi to whole town: "My life is over"

Jerrod Kuhn outed to whole town as Neo-Nazi.

About 250 fliers were distributed around Honeoye Falls, N.Y., earlier in the week identifying a resident who marched in support of the white supremacist movement that took place in Charlottesville last Saturday.

The flier reads, “No Nazis in our neighborhood” in bold type along with a picture of demonstrators who attended a neo-Nazi rally at the University of Virginia on August 11.

Protesters pull down Confederate statue in North Carolina

Protesters take down a Confederate statue on their own.

Protesters pulled down a nearly 100-year-old statue of a Confederate soldier in North Carolina on Monday.

Using rope and chanting, “No KKK, no fascists USA!” the mob yanked the monument off its pedestal and spat on it.

Trump denounces KKK, neo-Nazis on Monday

President Trump speaks out against hate groups.

After a stand-off between white supremacists and counter-protesters on Saturday left three dead and many more injured, President Trump was criticized for not denouncing the Neo-Nazis who participated in the “Unite the Right” rally.

That changed on Monday when Trump heavily criticized hate groups and their participation in the violent event.

Peter Cvjetanovic of viral pic: 'I’m not the angry racist they see in that photo'

Peter Cvjetanovic says the photo of him isn't representing him or his cause correctly.

Saturday’s “Unite the Right” protest in Charlottesville left three people dead and several injured in stand-off between protesters and counter-protestors.

One photo emerged from the event and has since become the touchstone for the rally, and that is of Peter Cvjetanovic, 20, from Reno, Nevada.