Far-right Proud Boys rally leads to street brawls, arrests in Michigan
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A group of far-right neo-fascists rallied in Michigan on Saturday, prompting counterprotests and leading to wild street brawls caught on camera. The Proud Boys, a hate group known for starting such street brawls, marched through Kalamazoo, Michigan, MLive.com reported. Counterprotesters had blocked their planned meeting place and followed them through the streets, with some holding signs that said “Racism must go.” Fights broke out between the two groups in downtown Kalamazoo. MLive reporter Samuel Robinson was following the rally and captured two of the brawls on video. Another violent confront...

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