What we know about the Patriot Front march through Boston

What we know about the Patriot Front march through Boston

About 100 people associated with the Patriot Front, a white supremacist group

marched through downtown Boston on Saturday carrying police shields and flags bearing the group's emblem.

Driving the news: Police received a call around 12:30 p.m. that a group of protesters

were marching through the city, though their route was unknown, CNN reported.

Many of the marchers wore khaki pants and dark-colored polo shirts

with cloth coverings over their lower faces, along with sunglasses and caps.

State of play: The group approached a rental truck parked near the Haymarket metro

stop and unloaded shields and a number of different flags, according to the Boston Herald.

Among them were U.S. flags, with some being flown upside down and others showing just the 13 stars of the original U.S. colonies

Other flags displayed versions of the symbol used by Benito Mussolini's National Fascist Party, per the Herald.

Patriot Front flags were also flown, per CNN.

Boston police received a report around 1:25 p.m. of a Black man being injured in a confrontation with Patriot Front marchers

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