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Suspect identified in Charlottesville vehicle rampage that killed protester

Police in Charlottesville, VA have arrested a man in connection with a vehicle rampage that killed three anti-fascist protesters and injured dozens more. James Alex Fields, 20, of Ohio was booked on charges of murder, hit and run, malicious wounding and failure to stop for accident involving a...
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