Micah and Tadrint Washington say they were driving home when Fields smashed into their car.
Here are our leading legal headlines for the week of August 21, 2017 from Wise Law on Twitter: Judge blasts Toronto cop’s ‘false testimony’ in drug case James Alex Fields Jr., man accused of ramming car into Charlottesville protesters,...Show More Summary
James Alex Fields Jr.? is accused of deliberately plowing his car into counter-protesters, killing Heather Heyer
The murder of activist Heather Heyer at the hands of domestic terrorist James Alex Fields, Jr. at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville has demonstrated the increasing emboldening of racism and fascism under the Trump administration. The rally, the violence, and the shock of the deaths and injuries that followed came during a week in […]
JMG reader Devin writes to tip us to a much longer video of the now-infamous “Fuck you, faggots!” chant just before Saturday’s terror attack in Charlottesville. Devin notes that accused terrorist James Alex Fields can be seen takingShow More Summary
Two women, Tadrint and Micah Washington, who claim they were injured in Charlottesville, Virginia, when James Alex Fields Jr. drove his car into a crowd of counterprotesters, have sued Fields and white nationalists for $3 million. In...Show More Summary
If James Alex Fields had shouted something about ISIS or al-Qaida as he was pulled from his car after he plowed into counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, there would be little doubt about the charges. He would be a terrorist. Show More Summary
The fallout continues… As we reported, James Alex Fields Jr. was arrested and charged with second-degree murder and malicious wounding after he allegedly plowed his car into protesters injuring 19, and killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer...Show More Summary
James Alex Fields Jr.'s victims are striking back with a huge lawsuit... and they're going after more white nationalists they believe were responsible for the Charlottesville carnage. Tadrint and Micah Washington have filed suit against Fields, as…
Even though there is wide agreement that James Alex Fields Jr. committed an alleged act of terrorism when he plowed his car into a crowd in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend, he will not be charged with committing terrorism. As a Politico article on the laws governing the surveillance and...
BRET STEPHENS: Trump, Obama and the Politics of Evasion. Consider the following propositions: (1) James Alex Fields Jr., the young man who on Saturday, police say, rammed his Dodge Challenger into a crowd in Charlottesville, killing Heather Heyer and injuring 19 others, was not a “domestic terrorist.” (2) He was a fatherless, troubled individual who […]
WaPo reports:James Alex Fields Jr. was barely a teenager in 2010 when his mother — who uses a wheelchair — locked herself in a bathroom, called 911 and said her son had struck her head and put his hands over her mouth when she told him to stop playing a video game, according to police records.... Show More Summary
The 20-year-old man accused of driving a car into a crowd of counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally Saturday was denied bail in court Monday morning.
James Alex Fields Jr is seen participating in the ‘Unite the Right’ rally before his arrest in Charlottesville. In a packed Virginia courthouse, a few hundred meters from the statue of the Confederate general Robert E Lee that led hundreds...Show More Summary
James Alex Fields traveled about eight hours to attend the white supremacist rally.
The man accused of driving his car through a crowd of activists in Virginia — killing one and injuring 19 more — idolised Hitler and white supremacy, a former teacher of his says. A former history teacher of James Alex Fields Jr’s says...Show More Summary
On Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, 20-year-old James Alex Fields, Jr. plowed his Dodge Challenger into a crowd of protesters, killing one and maiming 19, before reversing out of the crowd and speeding away. Fields now faces one count of second-degree murder and three counts of malicious wounding, as well as one count of hit-and-run. His fate, though, could prove […]
Boone County Sheriff's Office and the Florence Police Department responded nine times to the home of Samantha Bloom and her son James Alex Fields, Jr.
I have a new column up on the homepage about the murderous assault during this weekend’s horror show in Charlottesville. The thrust is to argue that the vehicular attack by James Alex Field, which killed Heather Heyer and wounded atShow More Summary