The man is a member of the Confederate 901 group. He has since been identified as George "K-Rack" Johnson and has been accused of covering up a Black Lives Matter mural with bricks, singing "Dixie," and using misogynistic insults.
The video showed Kennedy sitting next to someone wearing a hood similar to that worn by members of the Ku Klux Klan, a white supremacist terrorist organization.
Robert Smith, who retired from the force in March 2020, faces life imprisonment after being charged along with two serving officers.
Far-right groups are again hoping for mass events to take place at the same time on Saturday, with little indication of any probable success.
xQc told his viewers he was inspired to use the term by an Ice Cube lyric but did not understand its connotations.
"It's borrowed precisely from the Ku Klux Klan of the 1930s and 1920s when the Klan would march outside of courthouses and threatened all kinds of reprisals if the jury ever dared convict a white person or acquit a black person," Dershowitz said.
The California Democrat, who recently told reporters in Minnesota she was going to "fight with all of the people who stand for justice," was accused by Republicans of contributing to social unrest.
Genesis Houpe, who is Black, said she believes she's been targeted by the white supremacist hate group on two separate occasions.
The UFC champion-turned-politician made the comments under an Instagram video, in which he denounced the KKK.
The Orange County chapter of the NAACP released a statement Saturday clarifying that it is not involved in the upcoming counter-protest in Huntington Beach, California.
A few California cities have seen white supremacist propaganda being locally distributed ahead of a White Lives Matter rally planned for April 11 at Huntington Beach.
Albion College said the racist graffiti discovered last weekend "are not about one particular person or one particular incident."
Police forces across the country said they are aware of online discussions by neo-Nazis ahead of coordinated events on Sunday.
Huntington Beach council has approved an anti-racism event the weekend after the white supremacist gathering.
"White civil rights! Our ancestors settled the land, established the country, made the laws—we're the majority. Why shouldn't we control our own destiny???" the flier advertising the rally asked.
The white supremacist propaganda appears outside homes in Newport Heights as authorities say they are aware of Huntington Beach rally.
The Church of the Ku Klux Klan plans to hold a "White Unity Meet & Greet" on private land in Auburn on April 3.
"There is absolutely no question that what happened to Ms. Dinges was despicable, traumatizing and completely unacceptable," Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said, before explaining that since no physical contact or threats occurred, she legally cannot proceed with filing charges.
Dozens of people attended the anti-racism rally in Grosse Pointe Park on Sunday.
Jedonna Dinges said her neighbor put a Ku Klux Klan flag in the side window of their home in Grosse Pointes Park, Michigan.
Hacking group Hayalim Almonim—Hebrew for Anonymous Soldiers—have already taken down one KKK website and promise more action.
A group who call themselves Hayalim Almonim—Hebrew for Anonymous Soldiers—have taken responsibility for the cyber attack.
Marietta Mayor Kimberly Fraire said because the fliers contained the word "church" they are protected by the First Amendment.
The fliers, which also had the message "Join the Klan," were found at homes in Peckham, Kay County.
"She is stooping to these vicious personal attacks to distract from the fact that she's been campaigning with a former member of the Ku Klux Klan," Ossoff said.
Steven Florio, head of the state Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, admitted to wearing the outfits while at the Kappa Gamma Fraternity, which has since been suspended.
"Borat 2" has been hit by its latest bout of controversy after CPAC has threatened legal action over scenes Sacha Baron Cohen shot in the conference.
Charles Edward Beckham III, who is running in Arkansas' District 12, made students suffer "emotional harm" after they saw him in the outfit in 2000.
Residents in Shelbyville also said that signs showing support for Democratic candidate appeared to have been run over by a car.
Many Trump critics on social media have said that the president is supported by the two violent extremist groups.