The final witnesses testified Wednesday in the civil case involving white nationalists who organized a two-day rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August 2017 that saw one person killed and others injured in the chaos that ensued.
Court unanimously denies appeal by the man convicted of driving a car into a group of pedestrians in Charlottesville during the 2017 Unite the Right Rally, leaving Heather Heyer dead and injuring others.
A man representing himself against charges of inciting violence in the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, asked in one cross-examination, “What’s your favorite Holocaust joke?” then paused, laughed, and withdrew the question.
What people are saying?
Truth Tracker I say this is a good thing, and yes send them to prison and all that jazz. However I am wondering why no one has been charged and arrested for BLM’s protests that has seen countless destruction, injuries, loss of life and loss of business.
Anirudh Chatterjee The jury needs to find that there’s a ” preponderance of evidence “, which means a 51% or greater chance , for them to be held liable , Moon told jurors.