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TROY, N.C. – A hate group from Caswell County stood outside the steps of the Montgomery County courthouse on Saturday, shouting at counter-protesters.
The Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan said they had planned to speak against illegal immigration.
Instead of a formal speech, the hate group shouted words of white power and hate against “mixed breeds.”
The event turned into an hour-long shouting match between the Klan and the counter-protesters across the street.
The hate group and the counter-protesters were separated by Troy police, Montgomery County deputies and highway patrol officers.
Scout Rosen drove from Charlotte to protest against the Klan rally.
“This is my home state and I think a lot of us are pretty disturbed with the idea of them thinking that this is the kind of place they can have those kinds of rallies,” Rosen said.
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