California, Berkeley there have been clashes between right-wing and left-wing activists

In Berkeley, California, was the scene of clashes between right-wing and left-wing demonstrators, detained 14 people. This writes the newspaper the San Francisco Chronicle.

The incident occurred Sunday, August 27. In the Park Martin Luther king right going to the event, “No Marxism in Berkeley”. They were attacked by anti-fascists and anarchists in masks. Using numerical superiority, they had the right, beating them with fists and sticks. They also attacked journalists who were present at the scene of the conflict.

Police arrested 14 people, including the leader of the conservative group Patriot Prayer (“the Prayer of a patriot”), John Gibson. She later clarified that it is not detained him, and saved from opponents.

In the previous days in Berkeley was about people expressing protest against incitement of hatred, racism and ideologies of white supremacy.

Earlier, a group of Patriot Prayer canceled a rally in San Francisco, which was to be held on Saturday, August 26. This decision was taken after threats by local dog owners to make a “protest feces”

12 August in Charlottesville, Virginia, had to pass the rally far-right, but a few hours before the neo-Nazis held a spontaneous torchlight procession. They demanded from local authorities to refuse the demolition of the monument to General Robert Edward Lee, participant of the civil war between the North and the South of the United States, who fought for the Confederacy. After that, the city erupted in riots, which injured 15 people. Later on the March against the far-right rally car at high speed drove into a crowd, killing an activist of the left, another 19 were injured.