Augustus Sol Invictus, formerly known as Austin Gillespie, was one of the organizers of the right-wing rally that erupted in violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend. He is also a retired Florida lawyer who announced Tuesday he is seeking Florida’s Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate.

Although he no longer practices law, Invictus’ involvement in the rally and its planning—his name featured prominently on posters advertising the rally—raises the question: Do white supremacists have a place in law?

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