Three dead after supremacist march in Virginia

Three dead after supremacist march in Virginia

Three dead after supremacist march in Virginia

A auto plowed into a crowd that was peacefully protesting a white nationalist rally, killing one person and injuring 19.

While the name of the victim had not been released Saturday night, police identified the suspect arrested in the car-ramming incident as James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Maumee, Ohio.

The 20-year-old man, identified as James Alex Fields Jr., is from Maumee, the mid-west state of OH, according to Superintendent Martin Kumer with the Albermarle-Charlottesville County Regional Jail.

So far three people have died in the riots.

Ivanka Trump tweeted on Sunday about the recent violent clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia by alt-right protesters stating that "There should be no place in society for racism, white supremacy and neo-nazis".

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the violence, "strikes at the heart of American law and justice".

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Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said he and the first lady considered both men their close friends.

A witness livestreaming a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, has captured the moment a vehicle crashed into a crowd, killing one person and injuring others. Groups in Santa Ana, downtown Los Angeles, Oakland and other parts of the state said they are appalled by the displays of violence in Virginia and say President Donald Trump has not done enough to denounce it. He said they are not white supremacists and are only interested in free speech. "We are extremely distressed and dismayed by the actions of those who acted in ignorance and hate, and we condemn those actions in the strongest of terms".

The white nationalists, whose "Unite the Right" rally promised to "take America back", had gathered to protest the planned removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from a local park.

The Democratic governor said he had spoken to President Donald Trump, a Republican, and twice urged him to bring people together.

Counter-protesters held signs with slogans like "black lives matter" and "solidarity trumps hate".

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