New Hampshire AG Filed Civil Rights Lawsuit Against Neo-Nazi Group

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Neo-Nazis salute outside a drag queen story hour in Concord, N.H., on June 18 - @juicygarland Twitter page via NBC News screenshot
  • The New Hampshire attorney general’s office filed a civil rights lawsuit against the neo-Nazi group NSC-131 and its leader, Christopher Hood, alleging disruption of a drag story hour at an LGBTQ-owned coffee shop in Concord.
  • The complaint accuses 19 unnamed members of NSC-131 of violating the state’s anti-discrimination laws through acts of intimidation during the drag story hour in June.
  • The neo-Nazis, wearing masks and matching attire, were captured on video shouting, raising their right arms, and banging on the coffee shop’s windows during the Pride Month event.
  • If found guilty of violating anti-discrimination laws, Hood and the 19 unnamed individuals could face a $10,000 penalty. The lawsuit is part of efforts to combat acts of hate targeting the LGBT community.  Read More

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