Far-right under siege in aftermath of Charlottesville terror strike

As The Canary previously reported, the appalling violence over the weekend at Charlottesville (Virginia, USA) saw one woman killed and around 20 people injured. But in the aftermath of this tragedy, not all went well for the far right. One of their websites is reportedly about to be closed down; an organiser of the rally has had to be escorted out of town; and a far-right organisation has been forced to distance itself from the man charged with the terror attack.

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