When a group of far-right white supremacists decided to invade the city of Charlottesville, Virginia in August 2017 they were greeted with strong opposition.
The controversial 'Unite the Right' rally, which was organised by Jason Kessler to prevent the removal of a statue of Confederate Gernal Robert E Lee, was countered by an anti-fascist demonstration.
There was unrest and violence, which lead to the death of 32-year-old woman who was hit by a car, driven by a suspected white supremacists into a crowd trying to prevent the extremists. 19 others were injured.
Nazi paraphernalia and imagery was widespread amongst the far-right protestors, included swastikas and the traditional Nazi salute.
Video: Alt-right marcher shouting "Heil, Trump" while waving nazi salute
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To think that this sort of thing is happening in 21st Century America is harrowing but one man who dared to show his far-right beliefs in Charlottesville did get his comeuppance, which was captured in a perfectly timed series of photos.