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(Eugene, OR)  --  The Eugene neo-Nazi who hung anti-Semitic banners from freeway overpasses won't face any penalties.  Lane County deputies say nobody called them to complain of Jimmy Marr's signs that greeted visitors coming to the area for the solar eclipse.  Authorities say they did receive complaints about the banners draped over Interstate 5, but by the time they got to the scene Marr and his signs were gone.  A sheriff's spokeswoman says that if Marr had been reported, that may have prompted an investigation.  Marr has become somewhat notorious for his highly publicized racist and anti-Semitic public displays.

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