Via Daily Mail:

Police have removed a candle-lit memorial that a white nationalist group created to honor an Australian woman killed in Minneapolis by a Somali-American officer in July.

Minneapolis Police spokesman John Elder told local radio that an officer cleared the memorial when the department learned it was displayed outside a precinct headquarters.

‘We cannot allow any memorial and anything like that to be put up at that location,’ Mr Elder told Minneapolis Public Radio News.[…]

The memorial to Justine Ruszczyk Damond consisted of a framed portrait, candles, roses and signs reading ‘United We Stand.’

The Minneapolis mayor-elect added to the condemnation on Saturday, calling the shrine ‘disgusting’.

‘I condemn the perpetrators and their tactics in the strongest possible terms,’ Frey said in a statement.

‘Identity Evropa and those who share their values have no place in our city. Hate has no place in Minneapolis. Period.’

The Star Tribune newspaper reported that only the extinguished candles remained Saturday night.

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