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"Police in their riot gear came and cleared the road and they now hold that road", Hewett reported.
Michigan State Police say they initially planned to keep the two groups separated, but protestors had migrated from their original location to a lot where attendees were parking. Bottles and rocks were thrown.
Spencer's 2018 college tour had almost fallen apart after several colleges denied to host his events over safety expenses or concerns that violence would break out.
"This is our free speech being exercised", said David Sherman, 25, who drove to the campus from Indianapolis to protest Spencer's event.
Police had blocked off the area close to the venue, the Pavilion for Agriculture and Livestock Education.
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Spencer said he changed his speech before of the violence outside, which he laid squarely on the Antifa protesters. "I think this shows that Lansing and Mid-Michigan will not stand for Spencer and his followers to recruit in our backyard".
MSU originally denied Spencer's request to speak on campus. She says there's too much "hate and fear".
Spencer's group sued and both sides agreed to let Spencer speak inside the pavilion after being ordered to mediation by a federal judge.
"The safety and security of our campus community remains our top priority", Monette said.
"The ideas that they espouse: genocide, white supremacy, fascism, are anti-American and risky to our people, to our nation, to Americans", he said.
Spencer, the 39-year-old firebrand leader of the "alternative-right" movement, billed the event on YouTube as one that would do more than just discuss alt-right ideas, but instead "talk about where we're going and what we ultimately want".