Intelligence report appeared to endorse view leftwing protesters were 'terrorists' - 2019-04-01

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F345.png Intelligence report appeared to endorse view leftwing protesters were 'terrorists' April 1, 2019, Jason Wilson, The Guardian

An intelligence report produced for law enforcement agencies in the months before the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, in which a neo-Nazi killed one protester by driving a car into a crowd, appeared to endorse a view that leftist demonstrators were "terrorists" and at least equally as responsible for street violence as white nationalists, the Guardian can reveal.

The report, Antifa/Anti-antifa: Violence in the Streets, was produced by the Regional Organized Crime Information Center (ROCIC) in May 2017. It was obtained with a Foia request from the not-for-profit transparency group Property of the People. Antifa is the name given to groups of leftwing protests who confront white nationalists, often violently.

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Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Jason Wilson | title = Intelligence report appeared to endorse view leftwing protesters were 'terrorists' | url = https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/apr/01/intelligence-law-enforcement-report-leftwing-terrorists-charlottesville | work = The Guardian | date = April 1, 2019 | accessdate = April 1, 2019 }}