Three Nazi fanboys arrested for attempted murder after Richard Spencer speech

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Three men who are reportedly supporters of white nationalist Richard Spencer were arrested on Thursday in connection to an incident where a shot was sacked, deputies said.

That meant a state of emergency being declared in Gainesville by Gov. Rick Scott, the influx of more than 1,000 law enforcement officers to watch over almost 2,500 demonstrators and a virtual suspension of normal campus life - not to mention the outsize attention Spencer craves.

A Gainesville Police Department report released on Friday said that Tyler Tenbrink, 28, William Fears, 30 and his brother, 28-year-old Colton Fears, all from Texas, were arrested on attempted homicide charges following an appearance by Spencer on campus.

All three suspects were charged with attempted murder.

Public institutions can not censor speech, even by someone who espouses "peaceful" ethnic cleansing and a white ethno-state.

Though the Richard Spencer event managed to go by with minimal violence, a shooting at a bus stop following the speech led to the arrest of three men from Texas.

They say Tenbrink fired one shot, hitting the building behind the victim.

The three suspects then exited the vehicle and began yelling death threats.

The trio was later caught after the victim had memorized the Jeep's license plate and reported it to authorities.

William Fears said "most of everything" he hears from Spencer resonates with him.

Tenbrink is under a $3 million bond and the Fears brothers are each under a $1 million bond. Tenbrink is also charged with possession of a weapon by a convicted felon.

Columbus attorney Michael Carpenter wrote that the decision was made after university officials conferred with law enforcement authorities and considered what had occurred during Spencer's speech on Thursday at the University of Florida campus in Gainesville. We want to show our teeth a little bit because, you know, we're not to be taken lightly'.

It was Spencer's first major public appearance since an August rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, which devolved into violent clashes and left one dead.

"It's always been socially acceptable to punch a Nazi, to attack people if they have right-wing political leanings", Fears said.

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