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>> At least six people stabbed at a neo-Nazi rally at California's capitol building in Sacramento Sunday. Five people were taken to local hospitals, some in critical condition, but all are expected to survive according to the fire department. Members of the Traditionalist Workers Party, an anti-immigration group accused of having white supremacist ties, had a permit to demonstrate, but counterprotestors showed up too.
It wasn't immediately clear to which groups the victims belong. The party's chairman says the rally was co-organized by the Golden State Skinheads. The incident comes about four months after four people were stabbed during a scuffle near a planned Ku Klux Klan rally in Anaheim.