White supremacist leader pleads not guilty to protest charges

White supremacist leader pleads not guilty to protest charges
“They deprived everyone of basically a good time and they infringed my First Amendment right,” Alex Linder said.
A white supremacist leader appeared in front of a judge Monday morning to face charges related to a recent protest in downtown Knoxville.  Alex Linder pleaded not guilty to all his charges. Those include: assault on a police officer, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and vandalism. Linder is the leader who organized a rally in May protesting that the double murder of Christopher Newsom and Channon Christian isn’t being considered a hate crime by local investigators.

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