Cops in 2 New England specifies face ‘pro-white’ group products discovered in neighborhoods– Boston News, Weather Condition, Sports

BOSTON (WHDH) – Cops in Massachusetts and Rhode Island are dealing with reports of products from a self-proclaimed “pro-white” group being dispersed.

Cops in Hamilton, Mass. informed citizens after products from the Nationalist Socialist Club group were discovered at a number of houses over the weekend.

The department revealed they understood the group after literature marketing it were discovered throughout the town and the North Coast. The department stated the “pro-white, street-oriented fraternity” had actually left what seemed little leaflets in plastic bags at random homes.

Hamilton Cops resolved reports of the leaflets in a Facebook post Wednesday early morning, condemning the group’s actions while verifying the department’s position.

” Hate has no house here in Hamilton and the cops will continue to promote and motivate inclusivity as one of the (neighborhood’s) acknowledged core worths,” the department stated.

Cops in East Providence, Rhode Island stated they came across comparable leaflets back in late June, resulting in the arrest of 2 males.

Stephen Farrea, 32, and Austin Conti, 26, were charged after officers reacted to reports of a group of males hanging leaflets in the location of Vincent Opportunity.

The department identified the leaflets, published on a number of utility pole, came from the group Nationalist Socialist Club 131.

3 other males were with Farrea and Conti, however were not charged. The 3 were from Warwick, Pawtucket and Fall River, Rhode Island, according to East Providence Cops.

Farrea, from Portsmouth, Rhode Island and Conti, from Yuma, Arizona, were both charged with Blockage of an Officer In Execution of Task and Infraction of East Providence City Regulation 8-481, which restricts the affixing of indications to poles.

The occurrences were both reported in the wake of the white nationalist group, the Patriot Front, event and marching through Boston on Saturday, July 2.

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