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    I met the white nationalist who murdered Heather Heyer with his car in Charlottesville on Aug. 12, 2017. We had crossed paths earlier in the day, as James Alex Fields Jr. and his comrades-in-arms prepared to do battle with “Antifa.” One of the “very fine people” on Donald Trump’s side, he had trained with the U.S. Army and had recently driven his Dodge Challenger all the way from Lake Erie to join the “Unite the Right” rally—a widely publicized gathering of self-avowed white nationalists and other far-right groups—in Virginia. The stated goal of the rally was to defend a bronze likeness of Robert E. Lee (“the greatest general in the history of our country,” Trump would later call him, approvingly). I had come to Charlottesville as an antiracist researcher, a student of social movements and an ethnographer of fascism in America. I did not know why, exactly, but I knew I had to be there. So on Aug. 11, I piled into a rental car alongside some young Black, Jewish, Muslim, and Asian American activists, and set out from...
    Police have made two arrests in connection with a shooting at a Manassas car wash earlier this month, officials said.  Timothy Fields, 23, and Christopher Fields, 26, were arrested for their involvement in the July 3 shooting at Sams Car Wash that injured four people, Prince William County Police said.   It was not clear if the two were related. The four victims from the shooting were all taken to a local hospital to be treated for their gunshot wounds, police said. The Fields' were charged with use of a firearm in commission of a felony, aggravated malicious wounding, and other related offenses, according to officials. Both are being held without bond and have court dates in August and September, police said. 
    Police have made two arrests in connection with a shooting at a Manassas car wash earlier this month, officials said.  Timothy Fields, 23, and Christopher Fields, 26, were arrested for their involvement in the July 3 shooting at Sams Car Wash that injured four people, Prince William County Police said.   It was not clear if the two were related. The four victims from the shooting were all taken to a local hospital to be treated for their gunshot wounds, police said. The Fields' were charged with use of a firearm in commission of a felony, aggravated malicious wounding, and other related offenses, according to officials. Both are being held without bond and have court dates in August and September, police said. 
    A suspected "high-end" car thief from North Carolina has been charged by Burlington County authorities. Kevin J. Fields, 26, was charged with theft, according to Evesham police.  On Jan. 24, Elkins Chevrolet, 401 South Route 73, reported the theft of a 2018 Dodge Challenger Hellcat valued at $76,600, police said. The ensuing investigation by the Evesham Police Department Investigative Bureau uncovered a potential suspect who was at the car dealership the day before the theft and allegedly acted suspiciously when asking about the Hellcat. Additional follow-up investigation resulted in the identification of the suspect who reportedly provided fake personal information to the dealership on Jan. 23, police said. .Based on the information and evidence obtained during the investigation, the suspect was identified as Kevin Fields of North Carolina.  Fields was charged was being held in the Foothills Correctional Institute in Morganton, NC, on unrelated charges. Fields will be extradited to New Jersey once he is released, police said.
    Returning a verdict against dozens of white supremacist leaders and organizations who organized Unite the Right, a Virginia jury has awarded millions in damages to nine plaintiffs who were injured in the violence during the chaotic rally that ended with a car attack by James Fields. But the mixed-race jury deadlocked a major claim in the civil case against the organizers, whether they engaged in a conspiracy to commit racially motivated violence. The plaintiffs presented evidence over the course of the four-week trial showing that the defendants meticulously planned the Unite the Right rally on the digital chat platform Discord. While the ostensible reason for the rally was to support two Confederate monuments slated for removal in Charlottesville, the organizers' private communications revealed that their true inspiration was a violent rally four months earlier in Berkeley, Calif. and that they hoped to bait left-wing opponents into the streets, and as primary organizer Jason Kessler put it, "fight this shit out." The evidence showed that Kessler quickly reached out to Matthew Heimbach, an avowed fascist and antisemite who led the Traditionalist...
    The Virginia Court of Appeals has denied James Alex Fields Jr.’s appeal, upholding his murder conviction for driving a car into counterprotesters during the 2017 Unite the Right Rally, in Charlottesville. Fields, 24, is serving a life sentence in the death of Heather Heyer, who was killed when the Ohio man drove his Dodge Challenger into a crowd. Fields is also serving a life sentence after pleading guilty to federal hate crime charges. More Charlottesville News More Virginia News Fields’ attorneys had before a three-judge panel that Charlottesville Circuit Court Judge Richard Moore had erred in several aspects of the trial, in which Fields was found guilty of first-degree murder, three counts of malicious wounding, five counts of aggravated malicious wounding, and one count of leaving the scene of an accident. In opinion written by Judge Robert Humphreys Tuesday, the appeals court upheld the conviction. Fields could now appeal to Virginia’s Supreme Court. Fields’ lawyers had contended his trial should be moved from Charlottesville, both because of “the community trauma” and the significant pretrial publicity after his arrest....
    CCTV footage shows the tragic moment Libby Squire walked away from her front door and into the path of a butcher accused of raping and murdering her. Libby, 21, can be seen in the clip walking from "the safety of her front door" shortly before Pawel Relowicz, 26, allegedly drove her to a remote playing field where she was raped and then dumped in the River Hull. 13Libby, marked with a green arrow, can be seen walking away from the 'safety of her own home' 13Libby walks towards Beverley Road from her house 13CCTV allegedly shows Libby Squire getting in Pawel Relowicz's carCredit: Humberside Police Polish butcher Relowicz is said to have identified Libby as a "target", and later "darted" across the road to "intercept her", Sheffield Crown Court heard. Jurors were previously told how on the night she vanished, Libby had been drinking with friends and appeared "in good spirits" before the group headed to a nightclub in Hull at around 11pm. CCTV shown to the court showed Libby stumbling with her pals as they walked through the snow to...
    CCTV shows tragic Libby Squire's final moments as she was "stalked" by a butcher accused of raping and murdering her. Pawel Relowicz, 26, can be seen in the footage lurking in the shadows as "extremely vulnerable" Libby, 21, stumbles down the road. 12CCTV allegedly shows Libby Squire getting in Pawel Relowicz's carCredit: Humberside Police 12Jurors were told he can be seen 'stalking' the student before he 'intercepted herCredit: Humberside Police After identifying her as a "target", the Polish butcher "darts" across the road to "intercept her", jurors were told. The CCTV shows some "toing and froing" between him and Libby before she enters his silver Vauxhall Astra, Sheffield Crown Court heard. The vehicle then drives away at 12.07am on February 1, 2019 - her damaged gold watch later found at the scene. Just moments later, Libby was allegedly driven to a remote playing field by Relowicz where she was raped then dumped "dead or dying" in the River Hull. She was discovered six weeks later on March 20, 2019, in the Humber estuary by a fishing boat - a gold...
    TRAGIC Libby Squire screamed "don't leave me" moments before she was raped and murdered by a Polish butcher, a court heard today. The last person to see the 19-year-old student alive told jurors she was screaming either to a "movement in the shadows" or a car close to where she was sitting on the ground. 6Libby Squire was discovered dead in the Humber estuary six weeks after vanishingCredit: PA:Press Association 6Pawel Relowicz is accused of raping and murdering the studentCredit: Facebook Just moments later, Libby was allegedly driven to a remote playing field by Pawel Relowicz where she was raped, murdered then dumped in a river. She was discovered six weeks later on March 20, 2019, in the Humber estuary by a fishing boat - a gold necklace bearing the letter 'L' still hanging around her neck. A post mortem could not establish a cause of death but DNA matching Relowicz was found on her, it was said. Sainsbury's manager Matthew Handisides told the court today he was walking home when he saw Libby sitting on the ground. He added:...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – With students beginning to return to school Monday amid the COVID pandemic, there are undoubtedly a lot of questions. Is it safe for them? What about their teachers? And what about the president’s headline-making car ride Sunday? CBS4 asked FIU infectious disease specialist Dr. Aileen Marty about all of it. Questioning started with President Donald Trump out of the hospital and in his SUV to wave at his supporters, which many felt the put the Secret Service at risk. “The president is early in his infection, early in his symptoms, and he’s shedding a massive amounts of the virus. The mask he was wearing was not sealed, so it’s quite likely the virus could enter into the eyes, not just of nose or mouth,” she explained. “So it depends on the kind of PPE that was used by the people in the vehicle with him.” And while the country is focused on the president’s health, here in South Florida, parents are also focused on their children. The first public school students went back to the classroom in...
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