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After tragic stabbing in Portland, alt-right rally looms




Coco Douglas, 8, leaves a handmade sign and rocks she painted at a memorial in Portland, Ore., on Saturday, May 27, 2017, for two bystanders who were stabbed to death Friday while trying to stop a man who was yelling anti-Muslim slurs and acting aggressively toward two young women. From left are Coco's brother, Desmond Douglas; her father, Christopher Douglas; and her stepmother, Angel Sauls. (AP Photos/Gillian Flaccus)
Coco Douglas, 8, leaves a handmade sign and rocks she painted at a memorial in Portland, Ore., on Saturday, May 27, 2017, for two bystanders who were stabbed to death Friday while trying to stop a man who was yelling anti-Muslim slurs and acting aggressively toward two young women. From left are Coco's brother, Desmond Douglas; her father, Christopher Douglas; and her stepmother, Angel Sauls. (AP Photos/Gillian Flaccus)
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Portland, Oregon, dominated headlines this weekend after a vicious stabbing Friday night left two dead and one hospitalized. 

The man who is believed to be at the center of the killings is 35 year-old Jeremy Christian. He'll be arraigned Tuesday.

It all started on a train. Witnesses say Christian targeted two girls in an anti-Muslim rant. Bystanders stepped in. That's when they say Christian pulled a knife and attacked. 

Emotions are running high in Portland now, but there could be more tension to come. That's because there are two alt-right rallies scheduled for early next month. 

Take Two talked with Maxine Bernstein, a reporter for The Oregonian. 

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