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Bail denied for OH man who rammed vehicle into Charlottesville protesters

16 August 2017

"The Dodge Challenger fled the scene, but was located and stopped a short time later by Charlottesville Police".

Bloom's 20 year-old son, James Alex Fields Jr., was charged with second-degree murder in connection with the incident.

However, Fields was turned down and Weimer said he was later surprised to hear Fields had enlisted after graduation.

The rally was attended by a variety of white supremacists - including neo-Nazis, skinheads, members of the Ku Klux Klan - who descended on the city to "take America back" by rallying against plans to remove a Confederate statue.

James Fields Jr.is suspected of driving his auto into counter-protesters in Charlottesville - killing one woman.

Large crowds gathered at rallies in Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo to denounce the white supremacists who converged in Charlotsville and show solidarity with those killed and injuries. "I told him to be careful", she said.

Fields's views were known to Derek Weimer, his former teacher at Randall K. Cooper High School in Kentucky, where he said other teachers were also concerned about the quiet student's "very radical beliefs".

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Col. Martin Kumer, superintendent at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail, said that 20-year-old James Alex Fields Jr. has a bond hearing Monday morning.

"We had talked about the rally, and I never asked her if she was coming or not", she said. In an interview with a CNN affiliate, Fields' mother said her son had simply told her the week before that he was going to an "alt-right" rally.

The Attorney General was at the White House Monday afternoon meeting with President Trump and FBI Christopher Wray about the case.

"A lot of us, who, either had him or knew colleagues who had him, we understood his views".

A man accused of ploughing his vehicle into counter-protesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia is set to make his first court appearance.

The Department of Justice has opened a civil rights investigation into the crash.

Bail denied for OH man who rammed vehicle into Charlottesville protesters