From an email circulating the internet :
At about 5 30pm members of the traditionalist youth network (TYN), a fascist organization based out of Indiana, joined by knights party, gathered at 7th and Cherry in Terre Haute, IN. The group was meeting up with supporters before their protest against Tim Wise's speaking engagement at Indiana State University 3 blocks down.
Bryan Bryant (dude who ran scared)
Within 5 minutes of arriving at the meet-up location, 9 white supremacists were confronted by 3 antifascists as another anti-racist waiting for the protest looked on. TYN's leader Thomas Buhls received 2-3 punches to the face and had his mouth split open. Immediately after, one nazi was dropped to the floor with one punch while Brian Bryant, who hilariously drove 9 hours from Arkansas, threw his sign and ran away screaming as one of the antifascists chased him through the intersection. Another white supremacist also received about 5-6 blows to the head while being held by his shirt. Meanwhile, Thomas Buhls cowardly pulled out his pepper spray and sprayed the uninvolved anti-racist onlooker (also accidentally pepper spraying Matthew Heimbach LOL!!) as Matt Parrott, who was tossed to the floor, grabbed onto his leg and held it while curling up in the fetal position like a docile child. The anti-racist escaped his hold by punching his way out in self defense but then was later detained by the fascists and arrested. He got out the next morning on a measly misdemeanor battery.
Although the fascists outweighed the antifas, and outnumbered them almost 3-1, they did not manage to land a single punch. For a "militant street fighting force" the fascists were unimpressive and quickly resorted to cowardly pepper spraying someone and palling around with the local authorities.
Needless to say Traditionalist Youth Network did not make it to their protest on time, or in full cadre, nor did they "offer resources" to any students or student groups. After the day was over the antifascists reached their most important goal; to attack white supremacists regardless of the outcome, and to refuse them any safety in organizing.
White supremacist organizing will not go unchallenged.
- Solidarity to the TP5