Joe Biggs, a member of the Proud Boys and former staffer at the conspiracy site Infowars, speaks to white supremacist demonstrators in Portland, Ore., Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019. Biggs organized the rally to "end antifa," referencing antifascist protesters who often show up to counter white supremacist groups in Portland.

Joe Biggs, a member of the Proud Boys and former staffer at the conspiracy site Infowars, speaks to white supremacist demonstrators in Portland, Ore., Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019. Biggs organized the rally to "end antifa," referencing antifascist protesters who often show up to counter white supremacist groups in Portland.

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After Sean Kealiher was killed, his mother Laura was subjected to brutal harassment from conservative trolls at her home and online — and it was Sean’s antifascist friends who provided her security, not the Portland police. Meanwhile, we ask the former head of police detectives in Portland why there has been no progress in solving Sean’s homicide.

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