The white supremacist organizers are hoping to fend off a conspiracy lawsuit. This video won’t help their case.
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President Donald Trump never seems to miss an opportunity to take a deeply upsetting national tragedy and somehow make it even worse. From his determination to equivocate after the death of Charlottesville protester Heather Heyer to his latest tone-deaf debacle — the jaunty “thumbs...
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After last year's white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, at which counter-protester Heather Heyer was murdered when one of the racists deliberately drove a car into a crowd, we reported that a slew of right wing sitesShow More Summary
This February marks six months since a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia turned violent. One counter-protester, Heather Heyer, died and dozens more sustained injuries after a driver plowed into a crowd. Heyer's homicide...Show More Summary
It was another exciting Saturday of ACC hoops over the weekend, with the highlight being the biggest upset of the conference season as Virginia Tech handed Virginia its first conference loss in Charlottesville. In other action, North Carolina backed up last week’s impressive victory over Duke by winning a shootout over N.C. Show More Summary
Consider for a moment this chilling hypothetical. Imagine that the day after last summer’s white nationalist rally at the University of Virginia, the leaders of the group that marched through the Charlottesville campus shouting racist and anti-Semitic slogans take themselves instead to the...
People injured at the alt-right rally in Charlottesville, Va., say in a lawsuit that organizers conspired to incite violence. The defendants say the First Amendment protects them.
Integrity First for America: White supremacist Richard Spencer recently filed a motion to dismiss a federal lawsuit that seeks to hold him responsible for the violence he caused in Charlottesville, Virginia, last August. Spencer argues...Show More Summary
After No. 1 Villanova lost at home to St. John's on Wednesday, Saturday's game against in-state rival Virginia Tech in Charlottesville, Va., got a bit more interesting for second-ranked Virginia. The Cavaliers outscored Florida State...Show More Summary
A new report reveals the crisis is much bigger than Charlottesville. Last August's "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, which started with a torchlit mob chanting racist slogans and ended with an far-right activist murdering...Show More Summary
After the infamous demonstrations in Charlottesville, Va., by white supremacists last August, a small town in mid-Tennessee was targeted for similar demonstrations. But the organizers canceled at the last minute. … Click to Continue...
Georgetown University lawyers found a collection of items from the state's constitution and other statutes that could have been used to prevent organized, armed groups from attending the rally. The post Another Charlottesville Can Be Stopped. Here’s How. appeared first on Rewire.
Trump already had his parade.#Charlottesville #TrumpIsARacist #RacistTrump pic.twitter.com/GUkHTbhgau — Jon Cooper (@joncoopertweets) February 7, 2018
From the New York Times comes the story of Elliot Kline, also known as Eli Mosley, a key organizer of the “Unite the Right” rally last year in Charlottesville, Virginia. Emma Cott did an interview with the young racist in which she asked him about his recurring theme, the link between veterans and the Alt-Right; […]
The New York Times reports: As a reporter and video producer, I had been following Elliott Kline, a.k.a. Eli Mosley, for almost five months at this point. He played a key role in organizing the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville,...Show More Summary
Matthew Heimbach is considered part of the new generation of white nationalists, who helped organize the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) -- Defense has been No. 2 Virginia's calling card since Tony Bennett became the coach nine years ago. The Cavaliers play at a pace that some have described as boring, but it's one its players and fans have come to embrace. Show More Summary
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) -- A subpar night for Virginia's normally stingy defense didn't get in the way of the second-ranked Cavaliers' 13th straight victory. Kyle Guy scored 22 points and Ty Jerome hit two big 3-pointers to stall a...Show More Summary