Police in California faced criticism on Monday for their response to a white nationalist rally on Sunday that got violent in Sacramento, during which 10 people were taken to the hospital with stab wounds and other injuries. Authorities were thinking beforehand that the event would get violent and brought over 100 officers to the area around the Capitol. The National Lawyers Guild who was on the scene siad that they simply did not do enough in response. "It was basically a free-for-all," said Cres Vellucci, an observer with the National Lawyers Guild. "I was just appalled that nothing seemed to be done."