Violence Erupts at Berkeley Protest of Far Right

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No-To-Marxism rally members and counter protesters clash on August 27, 2017 at Martin Luther King Park Jr. Civic Center Park in Berkeley, California.  (Photo: Amy Osborne/AFP/Getty Images)

Sunday's “Rally Against Hate” in Berkeley was supposed to be a peaceful demonstration against a far-right group. And for the most part that’s what it was. But things did turn violent in the afternoon, after a large group of masked, black clad anti-fascist protesters clashed with a few right-wing and pro-Trump demonstrators. Berkeley Police arrested 13 people, including one for assault with a deadly weapon.

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Al Letson,
host, "Reveal" from the Center for Investigative Reporting

John Sepulvado, host, The California Report

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