Neo-Nazi From 'Vice' Documentary Cries On Camera About Possible Arrest


But he did say that he sees the closures unfair because he doesn't "want violence" but a "more peaceful society instead".

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Cantwell, who lives in Keene, was at the center of a Vice News documentary that aired this week following the violence that erupted in Charlottesville, VA. They were shouting 'Jews will not replace us.' It was very well coordinated. "I'm here to spread ideas, talk, in the hopes that somebody more capable will come along. somebody like Donald Trump who does not give his daughter to a Jew", Cantwell says.

The Cantwell clip was filmed on the same weekend that the 36-year-old was featured in the Vice News documentary that screened on HBO Monday.

After a few pauses to pull himself together, a choked up Cantwell claimed "I want to be peaceful, I want to be law abiding, okay?" One woman is killed and several others injured, as the vehicle drives right through a column of people, before backing up and speeding away from the scene.

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In the Vice documentary, Cantwell explains his white nationalist views and his hatred for Jewish people.

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"I can not even watch the Vice News video about me, since one must log in to view age restricted content", he wrote.

Cantwell also admitted to Vice to being violent during the weekend protests but claimed it was in self-defence. As Elle Reeve makes her way there with Cantwell and his group, one of their fellow passengers - Robert Ray (a somewhat grizzled Neo-Nazi who works as a writer for the Daily Stormer website) tells her, "We're starting to slowly unveil a little bit of our power level".

He went on to say that he does not approve of first daughter Ivanka Trump's marriage to Jared Kushner, who practices Orthodox Judaism, which Ivanka converted to before their legal union. "I'm terrified, I'm afraid you're going to kill me, I really am", he remonstrates.

Cantwell did not answer telephone calls to his cellphone Friday afternoon for further comment. He said: "They said that they wouldn't confirm it but that I could find this out if I wanted to go a local magistrate or something".