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An anti-fascist activist who died during a neo-Nazi rally in Virginia has had to have her final remains hidden after her mother, Susan Bro, 61, continues to receive threats from white nationalists.
Heather Heyer, 32, died while counter-protesting at a rally organized by white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Aug. Bro and other members of Heyer's family have continuously received threats from racist extremists since news of Heyer's views against racism and hate were made public knowledge, Bro told the Daily Beast.'It’s a symptom of hate in society that you should have to protect your child’s grave, for Pete’s sake,' Bro said.
'So, I’m protecting my child now.' Heather Heyer (R in photo), 32, who died protesting a neo-Nazi rally in Virginia, has had to have her final remains hidden after her mother, Susan Bro, 61, continues to receive threats from white nationalists Heyer was killed after being struck by a car that was driven into a crowd in Charlottesville, where white nationalists had organized a rally around protests of the removal of a statue of a Confederate Army General.
Bro said her ashes have been interred in an undisclosed, unmarked location in order to protect the workers on site and family members while they visit her remains.