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School to Former Students: Shut Up About James Alex Fields' Nazi Past

Why are Boone County Schools bureaucrats trying to whitewash the Charlottesville murder suspect's history?

James Fields high-school yearbook photoJames Fields high-school yearbook photoWhen James Alex Fields Jr. drove his car into a crowd of protesters, killing one and injuring 19 others, Fields' former classmates, teachers, and neighbors rushed forward with stories of a boy infatuated with Adolf Hitler and the Nazi movement.

The one oddly discordant voice was that of Barbara Brady, a spokeswoman for Boone County (Kentucky) Schools, where Fields was a student. In what smacks of a school district striving to cover its own butt, Brady said there were never any complaints about Fields' behavior during his time in Boone County and suggested the young adults interviewed about him were merely hungry for media attention.

"Now they are crawling out of the woodwork to get their 15 seconds of fame," Brady said in an email exchange with the Cincinnati Enquirer, "and say they knew something back then."

And they certainly did come out. In publication after publication, those who knew Fields as a student at Cooper High School portrayed him as a quiet but anti-social boy who had long taken a liking to Naz ideology, spewing bigotry against nonwhites and glorifying Germany's actions in World War II.

Former classmates at the small, predominantly white high school he attended told Vice News that Fields was fond of wearing a belt with swastikas on it, drawing swastikas all over his things, and picking (verbal) fights about race-related topics. Keegan McGrath, who roomed with Fields on a school trip to France and Germany, told the Associated Press that Fields spent the trip praising Hitler, explaining why the French were inferior to Germans, and refusing to associate with French students. Another ex-classmate said Fields would often call a Muslim female student a terrorist.

Caitlin Wilson, who went to school with Fields for years, told the Enquirer that he was drawing swastikas and talking about his love for Hitler as early as middle school.

comment on blog post by former classmate of James Fieldstcoles1.wordpress.com

Derek Weimer, a former teacher at Cooper High School, told WKRC Cincinnati that Fields was not a behavioral problem, but "it was clear. He loved Hitler and he loved the Nazi movement. They were all geniuses and, you know, the whole white supremacy thing." (At home, however, his behavior was a different story: 911-call transcripts show Fields' mother, widowed and wheelchair-bound, feared for her own safety around her son sometimes.)

Weimer and several Cooper High School alums said they talked to school leaders about Fields.

Brady said the district had received no such reports, from either Weimer or former students. She then used this alleged lack of official complaints as a way to discredit their accounts.

"How can you trust that information now if they didn't do anything about it then?" Brady asked in the email to the Enquirer.

Of course, multiple folks say they did raise flags about Fields. But beyond that, not every doodled swastika or bigoted remark from a fellow student is the kind of thing kids would report to authorities. A lack of tattling to the principal that Fields said something nice about Hitler doesn't mean he didn't say nice things about Hitler.

And regardless of whether reports were made, the district may have lacked grounds to act, at least in a diciplinary manner. High school students have First Amendment rights, and we don't know if Fields' antics ever crossed the line into prohibited speech or actual misconduct.

Still, this incident could serve as a good jumping-off point for exploring what roles and responsibilities school officials, teachers, classmates, and community members have (and don't have) when it comes to young people and radically racist rhetoric or extremist views. It's sad that school bureaucrats in Boone County seem more concerned with deflecting potential criticism in any way possible—even if that means casting aspersions on alumni simply for speaking out—than with fostering a fruitful discussion about how to prevent domestic terrorism.

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  • WakaWaka||

    Serious question: is there anything else going on in the news? You guys barely focused a day on the Scalise shooting and god forbid you even focused an afternoon on other riots and protests. I think five days of virtue signaling is about right. Move on now

  • colorblindkid||

    Tim Scott, a black Republican, won the South Carolina Senate election with 61% of the vote last year. We're not reverting to the fucking 1950s. Everybody needs to calm the fuck down. These idiot Nazis are still less dangerous than nearly every other possible thing in the world.

  • Real Books||

    And with 83% black Detroit electing a white mayor and choosing a white school superintendent, I don't think African-Americans see every person of pallor as a closet Klansman.

  • Tionico||

    Person of Palor... I love it!!!! Its perfect.

  • Palin's Buttplug||

    Yet our scumbag Con Man POTUS sees race in everything. Non-existent Central Park gang rapists, imaginary Mexican rapists, Mexican judges race, Birtherism, Fred Trump the Klansman, scary Muslims, and countless other examples.

    Trump has turned this country into a race-obsessed hot-house just like his deplorable white trash base wants it.

  • WakaWaka||

    There is validity to this point

  • Homple||

    Bullsh. Race-obsessed nitwits have been moving this forward for 50 years. Trump happened on the scene when people started harvesting what they planted.

  • Palin's Buttplug||

    Not true. Since the civil and voting rights decade of the 60s racial politics at the FEDERAL level have been on the back-burner until now.

    The Reagan and Bush administrations are proof of that (with the exception of crack cocaine laws - which are racist)

  • BestUsedCarSales||

    I would say either Ferguson or Treyvon is when shit started to get hot again. Trump definitely plays with it though.

  • Palin's Buttplug||

    State level.

  • Brian||

    And Charlottesville is town-level.

  • Scarecrow Repair & Chippering||

    Obama wasn't obsessed with race? He and his supporters certainly thought it the only qualification necessary to be President, as Hillary and her supporters thought her occupation as Bill's wife entitled her to be President.

  • hello.||

    It wasn't Trump who invited racists that chanted "What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want them? Now!" to the white house for a meet and greet, or intervened in state police matters because his former associate got questioned for locking himself out of his house, or declined to bring voter intimidation charges against a racist psychopath brandishing a billy club outside polling stations. That was your butt boy Obama.

  • Cloudbuster||

    The Central Park rapists were guilty as sin. Their release was a travesty of justice.

  • Palin's Buttplug||

    Link?

  • C. S. P. Schofield||

    And his scumbag Black quisling predecessor didn't?

    Trump is the fault of the Democrats. They chose a candidate with the charm of a roadkill toad that even their systematic vote fraud could not shovel into office.

  • Tionico||

    and the recent kinyun did not? He is the one who played the race card at every turn, and has carefully set many factions against many others. HIS nonsense is what has set the stage for this recent anti-"confederate" meme. And his plan, straight out of Marx and Alinsky, is working.. until/unless we decide "we don't like this game, and we're not gonna play it no more"

  • creech||

    Are we still on the brink of nuclear war with Korea? Understandably, news about that crisis must take a backstage to some ham-handed denunciation of violence by Trump, but virtue-signaling by anti-Nazis (which takes just so much courage to do) has to remain on the front page.

  • Don't look at me.||

    Nobody wants to talk about how maybe the president got those idiots to cancel the missile shot.

  • Dick Puller, Attorney at Law||

    Somebody has to recruit for the Nazis. If the Nazis can't do it themselves, their enemies will be more than happy to drive the crowd in their direction.

  • Palin's Buttplug||

    Trump is the lead recruiter for the NAZI party.

  • hello.||

    As much as Obama is the lead recruiter for the World Workers Party. Except that Trump never ran under the banner of the Nazi party. Whereas Obama did run under the banner of the World Workers Party.

  • loveconstitution1789||

    Since Nazis are socialists, it makes perfect sense that lefties hating Trump would go Nazi.

  • EscherEnigma||

    Last I read, Korea said something like "ok, we realize that your president is an idiot and says things without thinking. We got our hand off the button and into the popcorn."

  • Stormy Dragon||

    Serious question: if you hate Reason's coverage so much, why don't you leave instead of concern trolling the comments on every single article?

  • Dick Puller, Attorney at Law||

    it's an opportunity to cry, "Raaaaacist!!". I think cosmotarians and progtards have their brains wired such that they have an orgasm when they do it. At least that would explain a lot.

  • Palin's Buttplug||

    Just like you did when you jumped to the conclusion that Fields was a "lefty" about 30 minutes after his terrorist car-ride.

  • hello.||

    He was a racist socialist, so by definition a lefty.

  • Eric Bana||

    Serious question: is there anything else going on in the news?

    Yes, which is why there are plenty of stories about other topics that were published today, the 16th. See the articles about Venezuela, gender differences, an interview with Steve Forbes, police abuse in Texas, Trump vs. Amazon, etc.

  • Palin's Buttplug||

    Trump's white trash base wants to evade publicity for a few days. It is not going well for them.

  • hello.||

    Well they don't have paid shills like you to try to paper over their dozens of murders every year like Obama's thug nigger base, so it's tougher.

  • Mongo||

    When I jack-off I refer to it as 'punching a Nazi.'

  • Hugh Akston||

    I notice there's no mention of the left-wing dead-eyed racist loser sociopath murderers in this article. ENB must have a cocktail party tonight.

  • DEATFBIRSECIA||

    I heard one of them drove a Prius at full speed into a Better Cheddar!

  • Palin's Buttplug||

    Elegant sarcasm, Hugh.

    Has one of our proto-fascist conservative posters called you a "communist" today?

  • loveconstitution1789||

    Hey Fascist lefty.

  • BestUsedCarSales||

    Still, this incident could serve as a good jumping-off point for exploring what roles and responsibilities that school officials, teachers, classmates, and community members do (and don't) have when it comes to young people and radically racist rhetoric or extremist views.

    I think this is a concerning thread to some degree. I think we might want to minimize the amount of indoctrination done in schools. To some extent this is impossible, it is simply not possible to present anything without some opinion and bias leaking in.

  • Don't look at me.||

    We don't need no thought control.

  • Charles Easterly||

    Nicely done, Dlam.

    For those of us unfamiliar with the reference, it is a line from Pink Floyd's The Wall. Here is a video of the song in question to which Dlam made a reference.

    What I enjoyed most about Dlam's reference is that the main character of the movie ended up like this .

    Again, nicely done.

  • Charles Easterly||

    Oops - the last link didn't work. I'll try again.

  • Tom Bombadil||

    "For those of us unfamiliar with the reference, it is a line from Pink Floyd's The Wall."

    Not possible.
    For anyone not familiar with that reference, I say:
    Put 'em up against The Wall.

  • Libertymike||

    A schoolmate is said to be writing a book concerning the subject. Here's a suggested title:

    The Young James Alex Fields I Knew.

  • Cynical Asshole||

    Why are Boone County Schools bureaucrats trying to whitewash the Charlottesville murder suspect's history?

    Whitewash? Really? NOT OKAY, ENB!

    Derek Weimer, a former teacher at Cooper High School, told WKRC Cincinnati that Fields was not a behavioral problem
    ...
    And regardless of whether reports were made, the district may have lacked grounds to act, at least in a diciplinary manner.

    It sounds like they probably didn't have any grounds to act. Seems like this is another example of a very troubled person who a lot of people might have known was troubled, but unless we want to start punishing "pre-crime" there's fat little anyone can do about people like that until they do something illegal. It sucks, but any "solution" will inevitably end up trampling on everyone else's rights and probably still won't stop sickos from doing this kind of shit.

    As for the school bureaucrats, she's just doing what bureaucrats do best: cover their asses. They're probably piss scared that someone's going to sue them for not "doing something" about this guy sooner.

  • Half-Virtue, Half-Vice||

    Take him out back and put a bullet in his brain, let the rioters drink his blood to sate their anger. Leave him in an unmarked grave.

    Or.

    Publicize him into infamy and renown for your own blood soaked profits.

    (Nobody ever takes my way)

  • Dillinger||

    both?

  • Red Rocks Baiting n Inciting||

    In publication after publication, those who knew Fields' as a student at Cooper High School portrayed him as a quiet but anti-social boy

    Typically, when you see someone who commits a horrible act described in this manner, the kid was usually picked on in school and ends up latching on to various types of sociopathic outlets as a way of venting their frustration and rage. Fields adopting Naziism with the kind of relish that's being described here sounds just like someone who was a social outcast in school and gravitated towards something he knew would highly aggravate the people around him.

  • Half-Virtue, Half-Vice||

    I see your mercy and raise you scorn!

  • ||

    Reason, the Banana Splits of joirnalism.

  • SIV||

    Tra La La


    Doin' the Banana Split

    (written by the incomparable Barry White!)

  • Sidd Finch v2.01||

    Still, this incident could serve as a good jumping-off point for exploring what roles and responsibilities that school officials, teachers, classmates, and community members do (and don't) have when it comes to young people and radically racist rhetoric or extremist views

    Get the cat ladies to tell the weird boys that they're too edgy. Brilliant.

    domestic terrorism

    Murder 2's are terrorism now?

  • paranoid android||

    * Violent
    * Politically motivated
    * Intended to disrupt order and influence public opinion

    Also the small matter that it's literally a favored tactic of ISIS supporters and we have no problems calling it terrorism when they do it.

  • Sidd Finch v2.01||

    You should call the DA and tell him the charge is wrong.

  • Sidd Finch v2.01||

    a favored tactic of ISIS supporters and we have no problems calling it terrorism when they do it.

    Driving a truck through a Christmas market is just like driving your personal car over the people who've been throwing pee balloons at you. Got it.

  • Stormy Dragon||

    Heather Heyer threw a pee balloon at him?

  • Sidd Finch v2.01||

    Either he targeted Ms. Heyer for retribution or his motives + actions are exactly the same as ISIS. Is this the implication?

  • Stormy Dragon||

    I was trying to figure out if your "pee balloon" comment was intended to make a self defense argument by suggesting that Heather Heyer had personally attacked Adam Fields, or whether you were suggesting some sort of collective punishment principle whereby getting attacked by one person somehow grants you permission to murder a completely unrelated person with similar views hours later.

    Apparently you're making the collective punishment argument. Somehow I don't think that will turn out well for you and your Nazi buddies.

  • Sidd Finch v2.01||

    A 2nd degree murder charge is simultaneously "permission to murder" and a logical charge for deadly terrorism to this lunatic.

  • hello.||

    Antifa showed up and started beating the fuck out of people with a permitted event. Who is in favor of collective punishment again?

  • Bra Ket||

    * Politically motivated
    * Intended to disrupt order and influence public opinion


    Have these two actually been proven (or confessed to) yet? Maybe he just lost it over people attacking his car. It was a pretty nice car. I'm pretty sure he wasn't an ISIS devotee, so their fatwa to run down crowds may not be relevant.

  • hello.||

    and we have no problems calling it terrorism when they do it.

    Except that Reason has never done it.

  • Crusty Juggler||

    Wouldn't.

  • Stormy Dragon||

    BTW, is the Field's actual photo? It looks like someone used photoshop to take the eyes, nose, and mouth from one picture and paste it onto someone else's head, but the sizes weren't quite right so you have this tiny little face lost in a sea of chin, cheek, and forehead.

  • Dillinger||

    looks shopped.

  • Charles Easterly||

    I suggest that you both research his yearbook picture(s) to make your individual/own determinations.

  • Dillinger||

    more interested in Floyd. careful with that axe, Eugene.

  • Charles Easterly||

    Dillinger,

    Why... why you.. why... Ummagumma.

  • Crusty Juggler||

    He looks like what would happen if Adam Scott was smashed in the face by a frying pan, and then peed on.

  • Palin's Buttplug||

    The golfer? Wow, you do have quite an imagination. I can see that.

  • Stormy Dragon||

    Actually, it reminds me of that old recurring Late Night with Conan O'Brien bit where he'd be interviewing Bill Clinton or Don King or someone like that, and the interviewee was a photo of whomever it was with a Late Night staff members lips super imposed over the mouth. Only a lot of times the two weren't lined up quite right and it made their fact look weird.

  • ||

    you know who had a weird face? Clutch Cargo.

  • lap83||

    are we having fun yet?

  • Ken Shultz||

    "Of course, multiple folks say they did raise flags about Fields. But beyond that, not every doodled swastika or bigoted remark from a fellow student is the kind of thing kids would report to authorities. A lack of tattling to the principal that Fields said something nice about Hitler doesn't mean he didn't say nice things about Hitler.

    And regardless of whether reports were made, the district may have lacked grounds to act, at least in a diciplinary manner. High-school students still have First amendment rights, and we don't know if Fields' former antics ever crossed the line into prohibited speech or actual misconduct.

    Still, this incident could serve as a good jumping-off point for exploring what roles and responsibilities that school officials, teachers, classmates, and community members do (and don't) have when it comes to young people and radically racist rhetoric or extremist views."

    Did I wander into Salon by accident?

    Are we supposed to praise this piece for starting a dialogue?

    Once we start the dialogue "exploring what roles responsibilities" public schools have in policing speech, what libertarian thing comes after that?

    This reads like concern trolling (at best).

  • Roger Wilco||

    Its not going to stop until we have a public burning of all the remaining copies of the Dukes of Hazzard

  • Dillinger||

    buried mine for when they're currency.

  • Charles Easterly||

    Its not going to stop until we have a public burning of all the remaining copies of the Dukes of Hazzard.

    As you will read Wilco, this is completely anecdotal.

    The only family that I met from that area disliked the television show. While the mother admitted remembering some corruption from her younger days, she pointed out that similar levels of corruption were extant wherever she had lived, or was aware of. I think that they felt that the television show portrayed to the rest of the nation that the citizens were backwards.

  • Pro Libertate||

    No more Daisy Dukes. Racist and sexist.

  • JeremyR||

    It won't stop there, either. They'll just move on to something else. And something else.

    Anything that isn't virtuous enough (in SJW terms, actual virtue is problematic doncha know) will be attacked.

  • Liberty =><= Equality||

    Public schools aren't supposed to be libertarian. You're not dealing with competent adults there.

  • SIV||

    Did I wander into Salon by accident?

    I can see how you would think so.

  • Jerryskids||

    It's their apology for all the Brickbats they've posted about overly cautious schools that do shit like staging interventions on kids who doodle swastikas on their notebooks or chew their Pop-Tarts into the shape of a Luger. Who could have guessed that "see something, say something, SWAT something" would become a laudable tactic here at Reason rather than given the usual "rat out your neighbor to the Stasi, you little commie bastard, why don't you" treatment.

  • SIV||

    Who could have guessed

    *raises hand *

  • AlmightyJB||

    Lol

  • Liberty =><= Equality||

    Do you really expect someone to come out and say that the guy was a great kid, a pleasure to have in class, great personality, etc, a few days after he went to a KKK/Nazi/white power rally and murdered someone? Even if that was their honest opinion of him? The leftists would lynch anybody who said something like that even if it was true.

  • Gbob||

    So it's now the libertarian position that schools should do more political indoctrination and work closer with police to monitor thought?

    Man, nobody ever sends me those memos.

    The guy was a Nazi idiot. A story about what the school response should have been years ago is just painful social signaling.

  • Bra Ket||

    I kinda suspect it was more about road rage than terrorism.

  • KerryW||

    ^ This

    Although he could have bumped people with his car, they hit his car, then he flipped out -- an escalation of events, starting with him and ending in road rage. I mean, why would they bash his car first if he didn't do anything to them? Unless they recognized him from earlier or from what he was wearing.

  • I can't even||

    His lawyer is going to have a field day arguing that he'll never get a fair trial as he's already been tried and convicted in the press.

  • sasob||

    Not to mention Trump shooting his mouth off about his guilt before he's even been tried.

  • SIV||

    With this post and her past twitter antics I think we have established than ENB is a tattling snitch

  • Palin's Buttplug||

    tattling snitch

    Tits and snatch.

  • Tom Bombadil||

    I suspect we'll see a marked increase in 8 year-old boys being suspended for pushing a toy car back and forth and saying "VROOM, VROOM".

  • Palin's Buttplug||

    When did you start posting here? I have only noticed you for a few weeks. Did you have a different user name if not new?

    The old Buttplug has been here for a long time.

  • Chipper Morning, Now #1||

    He did have a different user name, but I forget what it was. I don't think Tom is hiding that fact, though.

  • Palin's Buttplug||

    BTW, I am extra supportive of the business community for dumping the Con Man the past few days.

    When the Con Man saw his game was lost he cancelled the CEO round table much like a spoiled brat knocks over a game table when he realizes he lost.

  • hello.||

    The world's greatest capitalist loves him some collusion between the president and corporations.

  • loveconstitution1789||

    That or he just could not deal with sniveling SJW CEOs anymore.

  • Cloudbuster||

    What is this type of journalism really angling for? "We have to stop kids from showing interest in things they don't like, because otherwise they'll grow up to kill women with their cars in the middle of riots?" I'm not sure we have enough data points to make that generalization.

  • hello.||

    Lol. The fascist cunt who justified left wing violence and rioting and tried to get somebody blacklisted on Twitter thinks schools should enforce thought crimes. What a surprise. Vive la liberte!

  • Sidd Finch v2.01||

    who justified left wing violence and rioting

    link/explanation?

  • JeremyR||

    Her twitter

  • Sidd Finch v2.01||

    There's no way in hell I'm scrolling through that.

  • Red Rocks Baiting n Inciting||

  • Number 2||

    You are thinking about the wrong author. That's Dalmia, not ENB.

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  • EscherEnigma||

    Still, this incident could serve as a good jumping-off point for exploring what roles and responsibilities school officials, teachers, classmates, and community members have (and don't have) when it comes to young people and radically racist rhetoric or extremist views.
    Oh, I hope not.

    As bad as this is, the simple fact is that trying to "profile" would-be terrorists doesn't work. A profile broad enough to catch would-be terrorists will get magnitudes more false positives. A profile narrow enough to get rid of those false positives will catch nothing.

    We had the same conversations after Colombine, and the answer is that you have to lift everyone up, because you can't differentiate between the "has issues, but won't shoot-up the school" and "has issues, and will shoot-up the school".

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    You know who else said nice things about Hitler?

  • EscherEnigma||

    The people that voted for the Nazi party in Germany in the 1930s?

  • Number 2||

    No one in the Commentariat noticed that one of the fellow students who recognized Fields as a Hitler fan was named "Weimer"? I am disappointed in you all.

  • ranrod||

    Why Was This 'Crowd Hire' Company Recruiting $25 An Hour 'Political Activists' In Charlotte Last Week?
    Now, the discovery of a craigslist ad posted last Monday, almost a full week before the Charlottesville protests, is raising new questions over whether paid protesters were sourced by a Los Angeles based "public relations firm specializing in innovative events" to serve as agitators in counterprotests.

    The ad was posted by a company called "Crowds on Demand" and offered $25 per hour to "actors and photographers" to participate in events in the "Charlotte, NC area." While the ad didn't explicitly define a role to be filled by its crowd of "actors and photographers" it did ask applicants to comment on whether they were "ok with participating in peaceful protests." Here is the text from the ad:
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/.....e-last-wee

  • ranrod||

    The Alt-Right is Not Right - It's Left.....The alt-right is myth
    One of the pillars of conservatism is "The Golden Rule," which automatically precludes white nationalism or racial supremacy of any kind.
    According to McPaper, the white nationalist/supremacist Richard Spencer coined the term in 2008. If he uses the term alt-right to identify himself and his fellow believers – this begs a question?
    Was President Woodrow Wilson a member of the alt-right? He was a racist white supremacist.
    So were President Lyndon Johnson and the late Democrat Senator Robert Byrd.
    Margaret Sanger founded Planned Parenthood to halt the spread of the black race. I'd call that white supremacism.
    The KKK was the enforcers of the white supremacist Southern Democrat Party, the Dixiecrats.
    Alt-right demonstrators hit the streets adorned with Nazi paraphernalia and Confederate flags.
    Neither of those symbols represents American conservatism.

  • ranrod||

    In fact, the rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party, which these nuts appear to be so fond of, was a tale of combat between two competing leftist ideologies – fascism and communism.
    Neither faction incidentally resembled conservatism or what we've come to know as "the right."
    The German KPD was the largest communist party outside the Soviet Union during the 1920s.
    It was the Trotsky-inspired KPD or German Communist Party vs. the Hitler led fascist "National Socialist German Workers Party" (Nazis).
    There were no "right-wingers" involved at all.
    And did I see the word socialist?
    By cracky, I did.
    I don't know of anyone who would confuse conservatism with socialism.

  • ranrod||

    The alt-right is myth.
    It's a name crafted to confuse the public into thinking these loons were spawned out of the conservative movement.
    It should actually be relabeled, or labeled properly as the National Socialist American Party, because they are in fact fascists - not of the right and certainly not conservative.
    But because of our woefully inept education system in this country, most believe fascism and Hitler were right wing.
    They couldn't be more wrong.
    The fascists were leftists who had/have a lot more in common with communists than with free market conservative capitalists.
    The major difference between fascists and communists is that the former is nationalistic and the latter, internationalistic.

    http://freedomoutpost.com/alt-.....ight-left/

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