Wednesday, July 5, 2006

Coverage in The Seattle Times: Neo-Nazi rally draws protests, heightened security

Among the protesters was Robert Guerrero, 42, of Tacoma, who wore a traditional Tlingit cedar headband and a cape decorated with the image of a raven as he beat an elk-hide drum. Guerrero said he was at the protest to represent indigenous people.

"These folks need to know that they are immigrants," he said, gesturing toward the neo-Nazis. "They want to get rid of immigrants? Well, go ahead."
Read Neo-Nazi rally draws protests, heightened security by Curt Woodward ~ The Associated Press / The Seattle Times ~ July 3, 2006

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