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Jeers greet neo-Nazi rally near Pomona City Hall

November 5, 2011 |  4:14 pm

About 75 people who participated in a neo-Nazi demonstration Saturday afternoon near Pomona City Hall  exchanged jeers with a group of opponents before the protest ended,  authorities said.

Mark Gluba, a city spokesman, said the demonstration by the National Socialist Movement began about 2 p.m. adjacent to City Hall and ended about 1 1/2 hours later.

Gluba estimated that the neo-Nazi group, which is based in Detroit, was confronted by several hundred protesters.  Except for people yelling back and forth, the event was generally peaceful and no one was arrested, he said.

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-- Dan Weikel

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