A neo-Nazi group interrupted a Holocaust Remembrance Walk in Russellville, Arkansas, according to local news outlet KFSM.
Dozens of people marched in Russellville downtown to remember the millions of people who were killed in Nazi extermination camps.
But they were met by a group of counter-protesters, who were being led by Billy Roper, network coordinator for the neo-Nazi group Shieldwall.
“It made me feel terrible, it made me feel terrible for my friends. They were talking to us like we were pieces of nothing, ” said organizer Joyce Griffis.
Sir Beryl Wolfson, a 96-year-old World War II veteran, personally witnessed Nazi camps being liberated. He was invited to speak at the Holocaust remembrance event.
“Never forget, because it could happen again, and I’m trying to get this out to the people so it won’t happen again in any place,” Wolfson told KFSM.
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