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Charlottesville Attacker Pleads Guilty to Federal Hate Crime Charges

James Fields Jr. was previously convicted of murder for killing Heather Heyer when he drove into a crowd protesting a white nationalist rally in 2017.
NYTimes.com - Published Also reported by •FOXNews.com

Killer of Heather Heyer pleads guilty to hate crimes tied to Virginia riot

Self-described neo-Nazi James Fields, who was convicted of killing Heather Heyer by ramming his car into a crowd protesting a white supremacist rally in a Virginia college town in 2017, pleaded guilty..
Reuters - Published

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Man convicted of using car to plow into protesters pleads guilty to hate crime charges [Video]Man convicted of using car to plow into protesters pleads guilty to hate crime charges

James Fields, the man convicted of using his car to ram into a crowd of protesters that killed a demonstrator, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to federal hate crime charges, the Associated Press reported.

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White Nationalist Expected To Plead Guilty For Hate Crimes [Video]White Nationalist Expected To Plead Guilty For Hate Crimes

According to Reuters, James Fields is expected to plead guilty for federal hate crimes.

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Virginia Man Pleads Guilty To Hate Crimes Tied To Deadly Charlottesville Protest [Video]Virginia Man Pleads Guilty To Hate Crimes Tied To Deadly Charlottesville Protest

According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, self-described neo-Nazi James Fields, who was convicted of killing Heather Heyer when he rammed his car into a crowd of protesters in Virginia in 2017,..

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Charlottesville car attacker pleads guilty to hate crimes [Video]Charlottesville car attacker pleads guilty to hate crimes

Self-described neo-Nazi James Fields, who was convicted of killing Charlottesville counter-protester Heather Heyer in 2017, pleaded guilty on Wednesday in his federal hate crimes case. Jillian..

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Charlottesville Car Attacker Pleads Guilty to Hate Crimes [Video]Charlottesville Car Attacker Pleads Guilty to Hate Crimes

​He originally pleaded not guilty to the more than two dozen federal hate crime charges, including the killing of a woman.

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Heather Heyer's Killer, Self-Described Neo-Nazi, Pleads Guilty To Hate Crimes [Video]Heather Heyer's Killer, Self-Described Neo-Nazi, Pleads Guilty To Hate Crimes

According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, self-described neo-Nazi James Field pleaded guilty in his federal hate crimes case. The 21 year-old Fields was previously convicted of killing Heather..

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Driver Pleads Guilty to Federal Hate Crimes in Death of Heather Heyer at Charlottesville Rally [Video]Driver Pleads Guilty to Federal Hate Crimes in Death of Heather Heyer at Charlottesville Rally

A man convicted of driving into a crowd during a 2017 white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia entered guilty pleas to 29 federal hate crimes.

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Neo-Nazi pleads guilty to federal hate crimes in Va. car assault that killed Heather Heyer

James Fields Jr., a neo-Nazi sympathizer who was convicted of murder in a car attack on an anti-racism activist, pleaded guilty Wednesday to 29 federal hate crime charges.
USATODAY.com - Published

Jury Recommends Life in Prison for James Fields in Charlottesville Trial

James Fields Jr. was convicted of first-degree murder by a jury that found he intentionally drove his car into a crowd of counterprotesters in August 2017, killing one woman.
NYTimes.com - Published

James Fields trial: Jury recommends life plus 419 years in prison

A jury recommended life plus 419 years on Tuesday for a man convicted of killing a woman and injuring dozens when he drove his car into counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia.
FOXNews.com - Published

Charlottesville jury resumes deliberations for white nationalist James Fields

Jurors are weighing the fate of James Alex Fields Jr., convicted of first-degree murder in the death of Heather Heyer after a 'Unite the Right' rally.
USATODAY.com - Published

'Unite the Right' white nationalist James Fields facing life in prison at sentencing today

The sentencing hearing begins Monday for a white nationalist convicted of first-degree murder after crashing his car into a crowd in Charlottesville.
USATODAY.com - Published

Charlottesville Jury Finds 'Unite The Right' Protester Guilty Of First Degree Murder

A jury in Charlottesville, Va., returned a guilty verdict in the murder trial of James Fields, Jr., the self-proclaimed neo-Nazi who rammed his car into a crowd last year at a white nationalist rally.
NPR - Published

Charlottesville White Supremacist James Fields Jr. Convicted of Heather Heyer's Murder

James Alex Fields Jr., the white supremacist who rammed his car into Charlottesville protesters in 2017, is guilty of murdering Heather Heyer. The jury returned the verdict Friday in the first degree..
TMZ.com - Published

James Fields Jr Found Guilty Of First Degree Murder In Death Of Heather Heyer

Could get life in prison
Daily Caller - Published Also reported by •NYTimes.com

James Fields guilty of first-degree murder in Charlottesville car attack at white nationalist rally

Just over a year after he plowed his vehicle into a crowd protesting a white nationalist rally, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer, James Alex Fields Jr. was convicted Friday of first-degree murder and..
FOXNews.com - Published

In Charlottesville Murder Trial, Courtroom Relives Trauma of a Violent Day

The trial of James Fields Jr., who drove into a crowd of protesters, has led to an odd reunion more than a year after a deadly rally.
NYTimes.com - Published

The Charlottesville Murder Trial Is Beginning. Here’s What to Know.

James Fields Jr. is accused of plowing a car into a crowd of counterprotesters, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer and injuring many others.
NYTimes.com - Published

Accused Charlottesville killer James Fields to argue self-defense in Heather Heyer's death

Jury selection has begun in the trial of James Fields, accused of killing counter-protester Heather Heyer and dozens of others in Charlottesville.
USATODAY.com - Published

Trial to start of man charged with murder at Charlottesville rally

James Fields Jr., the man accused of killing a woman when he drove into a crowd of counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was due to go on trial on Monday on a..
Reuters - Published

Judge declines to move Charlottesville suspect’s trial

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — A judge has decided the trial of a man accused of driving into a crowd of counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally last summer will stay in Charlottesville,..
Seattle Times - Published

Change of venue sought for Charlottesville suspect’s trial

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — The attorney for a man accused of driving into a crowd of counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, is seeking to have his trial on..
Seattle Times - Published

Washington, DC, just dropped plans to provide separate trains for a white supremacist rally — here's why many transit workers support the move

washington, dc, just dropped plans to provide separate trains for a white supremacist rally — here's why many transit workers support the move
· *Transit officials in Washington, DC, considered providing separate trains for those attending the "Unite the Right" rally this weekend. The goal was to help prevent a violent confrontation like..
Business Insider - Published

James Fields, Charlottesville Attack Suspect, Pleads Not Guilty

James Fields pleaded not guilty in Charlottesville, West Virginia Thursday to federal hate crime charges in a deadly car attack on a crowd of protesters opposing a white nationalist rally in Virginia..
Newsmax - Published

No fireworks in Democrats final debate for governor

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Democrats battling for their party’s nomination for governor spent their final debate focused on policy instead of taking jabs at each other. Former Alabama Chief Justice..
Seattle Times - Published

Democrats mostly find agreement in Alabama governor’s debate

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — The leading Democratic contenders for governor spent much — but not all — of a Wednesday night debate agreeing with each other. Former Alabama Chief Justice Sue Bell Cobb,..
Seattle Times - Published

James Fields Jr. Faces Upgraded Murder Charge in Charlottesville Death

Judge Robert H. Downer Jr. certified 10 charges against James Fields Jr. on Thursday, including an upgraded charge of first-degree murder in a car attack during the "Unite The Right" rally in..
Newsmax - Published

First-Degree Murder Charge Against Man Who Drove Into Charlottesville Demonstrators

James Fields Jr. of Ohio had been facing a second-degree murder charge until the judge upgraded it at a preliminary hearing Thursday. One protester was killed and dozens were injured.
NPR - Published

White Nationalist Now Faces First-Degree Murder in Charlottesville Killing

Prosecutors increased the top charge against James Fields Jr., who is accused of driving his car into counterprotesters, killing Heather Heyer
NYTimes.com - Published

White Supremacist Leader Mike Enoch Staging Deep State Operation in Tennessee?

white supremacist leader mike enoch staging deep state operation in tennessee?
originally published by Alt-right Exposed *Deep State Linked Neo-Nazi Groups Descend on Small Towns to “Vent Anger”* [Mike “Enoch” Peinovich] The “White Lives Matter”events will be..
Zero Hedge - Published

Maxine Waters: "They're Trying To Kill Me!"

maxine waters: they're trying to kill me!
California Democrat Maxine Waters thinks white nationalists and the KKK are trying to kill her. At least she suggested as much during a House subcommittee hearing on terrorism and illicit financing..
Zero Hedge - Published

Alt-righters pushing horrid theory Heather Heyer died of weight-related heart attack

Even President Donald Trump has condemned James Fields, Jr., the Nazi-obsessed attacker who killed Heather Heyer at last month’s “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. But..
Raw Story - Published

A neo-Nazi's rage-fueled journey to Charlottesville

Late in his senior year of high school, James Fields Jr. was excitedly mapping his future, hoping to join the Army right after graduation. Although his political and social views ran counter to..
philly.com - Published

The faces of white supremacy are disturbingly normal: Opinion

James Fields Jr. scowled when Abdul Aziz tried to engage him in conversation Saturday (Aug. 12) in Charlottesville. "Hey, I remember you from Houston," Aziz said, but Fields, wasn't willing to talk...
nola.com - Published

Charlottesville car attack suspect, rally organizers sued

The plaintiffs say they were injured when a car driven by James Fields Jr. rammed into their vehicle; suit accuses rally organizers of inciting a riot
CBS News - Published

‘Unite against fascism’: Fearless women battling ISIS memorialize Heather Heyer

The female members of the anti-ISIS YPG militia in Syria were already badass enough — but their response to the killing of Heather Heyer by neo-Nazi James Fields, Jr. solidified their status. “As..
Raw Story - Published

‘You can’t be a very fine person and a white supremacist’: GOP leaders knock Trump’s Charlottesville remarks

Following President Donald Trump’s circus-like press conference, Republican leaders are condemning his blaming of both sides for the terrorist attack in Charlottesville, Virginia. During the Trump..
Raw Story - Published

GoFundMe is deleting campaigns created to support the Charlottesville attacker

GoFundMe will not allow campaigns supporting the Charlottesville attacker on its platform. On Monday, James Fields — the man accused of killing Heather Heyer after driving his car into a crowd of..
Mashable - Published

GoFundMe shuts down campaigns for Charlottesville suspect

Crowdfunding platforms are taking a no-tolerance approach to campaigns raising money in support of James Fields, the man accused of driving a car into protesters at a white-supremacist rally in..
TUAW - Published Also reported by •engadget

Should James Fields Jr. be charged with terrorism or hate crime?

This article first appeared on The Daily Signal. The federal civil rights investigation into the weekend violence that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia, could involve domestic terrorism and hate..
Raw Story - Published

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