20 August, 2017
Christopher Cantwell tells The Associated Press on Thursday that he told the task force member that he knew of no plans by people taking part in Saturday's rally to stir up violence, but they would defend themselves if attacked.
Since the rally is scheduled to be over in the afternoon, Sabathia is hopeful it ends before he heads to Fenway Park on the team bus, but he naturally is concerned about being so close to potential violence after a auto rammed into counterprotesters last week in Virginia, killing a woman.
Rallies against white supremacy are planned for Saturday evening in Dallas and Atlanta.
The Boston Free Speech Coalition says its rally has nothing to do with white nationalism, Nazism or racism and that they are not affiliated with the organizers of the Charlottesville, Virginia, rally.
Backpacks were to be searched and weapons, and objects that could be used as weapons - including glass containers and flag poles - were to be banned.
Another organizer who holds the rally permit had not yet arrived.
"So we're urging everyone to stay away from the Common", Walsh said. Antifa groups have said that they will be present at the rally.
"Looks like many anti-police agitators in Boston".
Police were investigating reports that some radical counter-protesters were planning to throw acid at rally supporters and even police, a law enforcement official told the Boston Globe. ". we will not be offering our platform to racism or bigotry".
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A week after the violent rally in Charlottesville, Boston officials have added 500 police officers to keep the rallies separate.
GREENE: OK. And we'll be watching that - the rally planned - the free speech rally planned in Boston tomorrow.
"I hope anyone who protests and is marching is doing it for the right reason", Evans said, though conceding, "unfortunately, I think there's going to be a few troublemakers here".
Ahead of this weekend's rally, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh put out a warning to hate groups saying they aren't welcome in the city.
"We have made it clear that we will not tolerate incitements to violence or any threatening behavior".
"We absolutely denounce the KKK, neo-Nazis, ID Evropa, Vanguard - all these legit hate groups", John Medlar, on of the rally's organizers said, "We have nothing to do with them and you don't want them here, we don't want them here".
"I believe in equality", Vargas said.
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