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Topic - T.J. Leyden
The Boise mayor's office is fielding numerous complaints about a neo-Nazi music festival planned for early October, the city's police department said.
"The group is extremely violent. The Hammerfests that they throw in different parts of the country are designed for a couple things. One it's designed for unity, but it's also designed to get people's anxiety up," Leyden said.
These kids are going to see it, they're going to get all pumped up, they're going to think it's fantastic," said Leyden, who cautioned that protesters should stay away and allow law enforcement to monitor the event.