Despite the reference to Heyer, the article calling her a "slut" and a "drain on society" was still on the website.
The Daily Stormer is a neo-Nazi, white supremacist website associated with the alt-right movement. A man drove a vehicle into a crowd of white nationalists rallying in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The hosting company that previously served The Daily Stormer web pages have notified the site that they will have to transfer to a new host, as they revealed in a tweet on Monday, Aug. 14.
At one point yesterday it appeared the site had been hacked by the Anonymous collective - but others claimed the "takeover" was staged by the site's owner. The decision was taken as the website violated its terms.More news: Club set to seal Sigurdsson swoop
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It's unclear where the Daily Stormer will try to go next - or even how many of its troubles are self-inflicted.
According to Race, their company only provides the domain registration and does not host the Daily Stormer's white-supremacist content.
Anonymous has not publicly confirmed any involvement, but a message on the hate website claims to be from the hacker.
In the Daily Stormer post, Anglin characterized Heyer as dying in a "road rage incident".
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