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Multiple people—at least five of them, according to the Los Angeles Times—were reportedly stabbed when a neo-Nazi group collided with protesters outside California's Capitol building in Sacramento on Sunday afternoon.
City officials told the Times that five people were hospitalized in critical condition, while multiple others suffered minor injuries when the rally held by the Traditional Worker Party, reportedly a white supremacy group, turned violent.
It wasn't clear if those injured were among those demonstrating with the Traditional Worker Party, or the people who turned out to protest them (and reportedly outnumbered them) with signs reading "Nazi Scum," among other things. Some of those protesters reportedly came armed with sticks and shields. An organizer with the Traditional Worker Party who wasn't at the rally on Sunday told the Times that one member of his group had been stabbed in the artery.
Here's more video from the scene that was captured by a witness.
This is how the Southern Poverty Law Center describes teh Traditionalist Workers Party:
"TWP, formed in January of this year as the political wing of the Traditionalist Youth Network (TYN), an identitarian-inspired umbrella group that aims to indoctrinate high school and college students into white nationalism."