"A dispute between Richard Spencer supporters and protesters broke out and Kolanowski allegedly pointed a weapon at the protesters", WDIV reported. Two dozen people were arrested following violent confrontations.
The Ingham County Prosecutor's Office continues to review alleged criminal acts that occurred before and during the Richard Spencer appearance on the MSU campus yesterday, outside of the pavilion.
Some demonstrators threw rocks, fruit, and water bottles at people entering the rally.
Earlier, about 20 or so Spencer supporters tried to walk directly through the crowd to get to the Pavilion for Agriculture and Livestock Education.
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Detroit's WDIV reporter Monday that 24-year-old Jonathon Kolanowski was arrested Sunday night in Pittsfield Township, south of Ann Arbor, after a fight broke out between supporters and counter-protesters the day before Spencer's speech at MSU.
Eventually, police escorted event attendees into the venue.
Spencer is the leader of the National Policy Institute, or NPI.
Spencer said he changed his speech before of the violence outside, which he laid squarely on the Antifa protesters.
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The woman also provided Portland Police with seven photos, two of which McGuire reportedly deemed "significant". The woman, who was not identified in the article, told Willamette Week , "I really left it in the past".
The university said it'll continue to consider a request from Spencer's representatives to look for dates later this year.
Spencer's visit occurred during MSU's spring break, which meant a majority of university students were off campus at the time the protest took place. He says people came from all over the community and Midwest.
Richard Spencer coined the term "alt-right, ' and popularized the idea of a future state exclusively for white people". The Detroit Free Press and many other local media organizations were denied tickets inside the event. "We want to let him know there's more people out here who hate what he stands for than who are going to be inside listening".
Monette said his number one concern was maintaining safety on campus.
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