Investigators are still trying to figure out exactly what happened when violence broke out Sunday at a white supremacist rally in Sacramento. Ten people were stabbed or beaten, two critically. What is known is that about 30 white supremacists gathered in front of the state capitol building to demonstrate. They were met by about 400 counter-demonstrators when fighting broke out. The rally was planned by a white nationalist group called the Traditionalist Workers Party, and the group’s leader is 25-year-old Matthew Heimbach, who is being called the new face of the white supremacy movement.