White supremacist claims his innocence again in Portland court

Jeremy Christian, the white supremacist charged with stabbing to death two men who came to the aid of women being racially abused on a train, has once again claimed his innocence in court.

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    Jeremy Christian, the white supremacist charged with stabbing to death two men who came to the aid of women being racially abused on a train, has once again claimed his innocence in court.

     

    The case in the US city of Portland has stunned the country with its overtones of racism and Islamophobia and has sparked rival protests in the city.

     

    Al Jazeera's Allen Schauffler reports from Portland.


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