Victim in Virginia Melee Wept for Social Justice, her Boss Says

Kelly Massey
August 16, 2017

A Virginia State Police helicopter sent in a large-scale police response to the violence on Saturday then crashed into woods outside the town, killing both troopers on board.

Fields, 20 also faces charges of malicious wounding and failing to stop at the scene of a crash that resulted in a death. Fields told the court today he earns $600 a week working for a private security company in Maumee.

Some 19 people were injured, five critically, officials said.

James Alex Fields Jr, 20, also confided he had been diagnosed with schizophrenia when he was younger and had been prescribed an anti-psychotic medication, Derek Weimer told the Associated Press.

Judge Robert Downer declined to set bond at a hearing Monday for Fields until he has legal representation.

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"He would often say how, you know, how Hitler's views were right. what if Hitler had won", Darek Weimer, Field's former high school teacher said. She was full of life and her time was cut short and I know that I will miss her.

She said she thought the rally "had to do something with Trump", adding "Trump's not a supremacist". "I try to stay out of his political views", Ms Bloom said. OH records show that the man's mother, Samantha Bloom, called police to the apartment where she and her son lived a total of nine times between November 2010 and February 2013, reported Monday. He was, however, released from active duty due to a failure to meet training standards in December of 2015.

Many protesters waved Confederate flags and chanted fascist and nationalist slogans.

After a few speakers took the stage, people took to the street - marching and chanting against racism, against hate and against President Donald Trump - despite President Trump speaking out against the attack.

During an interview with ABC News Monday morning, Attorney General Jeff Sessions confirmed those actions are considered an act of domestic terrorism under DOJ statute.

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