Why white nationalists are misappropriating Red Wings logo


Several of the right-wing sign holders have held up signs that feature the Detroit Red Wings' logo, which led to the team's statement.

The team issued a statement on Saturday, condemning the demonstration, and threatening possible legal action for the use of their logo.

The Detroit Red Wings said they "vehemently disagree" with the use of their logo by far-right extremists at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that turned violent Saturday and led to at least three deaths.

Over the weekend, various white supremacy groups marched on the grounds of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.

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The Detroit Red Wings were quick to denounce right-wing marchers in Virginia using the National Hockey League club's famed spoked winged-wheel logo.

"A group of white nationalists called the Detroit Right Wings have appropriated the team's winged wheel logo, sticking it on the shields they carry".

One person died and 19 were injured after a auto plowed through a crowd Saturday at the rally.

On Saturday, fights erupted and a few people were injured after a white supremacists group and counter protesters clashed in Charlottesville, Virginia, forcing local police and Gov. Terry McAuliffe to declare a state of emergency. The rally was organized to protest the college town's decision to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from a city park.