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The protesters urged the woman to leave her boyfriend, police said.
An argument ensued, and traveled outside."The argument inside apparently escalated even after the female victim had gone outside to deescalate the situation," police said in a release. In it, he appears to be trying to deescalate the situation with his hands up in the air as bodies tangle around him.
The cell phone video taken from inside of a restaurant in Brentwood, Tennessee, shows a woman scuffling with neo-Nazi protesters on the streets.
She appears to fall back against a window for a moment.
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