Teacher says Charlottesville vehicle attacker idolised Hitler

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A former high school teacher described James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of OH, as an admirer of Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany.

Saturday's protest came as white nationalists and right-wing groups protested the city's decision to remove a statue of a southern general from the U.S. Civil War. A melee broke out between the two sides followed by the car-ramming that killed Heyer and injured 19 others.

The woman he killed, Heather Heyer, was a 32-year-old paralegal from a nearby town. Far-right activists flocked to Charlottesville for the rally while hundreds of anti-fascists turned up in a counter protest.

Police say the 20-year-old drove his auto into a crowd of protesters and two stopped cars, killing one and injuring at least 19 others.

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Twenty-year-old James Fields of OH was denied bail and charged with second-degree murder three counts of malicious wounding and one count of hit-and-run, according to a district court in Charlottesville.

Then at 1:42 p.m., Fields allegedly drove his auto straight into a crowd of pedestrians before throwing the vehicle into reverse and striking additional people. Fields lived in Maumee, Ohio, according to his mother. Fields was also seen holding a shield emblazoned with Vanguard America insignia.

The authorities, however, declined to say publicly that Fields, 20, was the driver.

The group has denied any association with the suspect.

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As they waved Confederate flags and screamed racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic slurs, the protesters - nearly all white and male - were met with fierce resistance from activists who had come to stop them.

President Donald Trump spoke Monday morning from the White House on the race-fueled violence, condemning the KKK, neo-Nazis and white supremacists.

"Justice will be delivered", said President Trump. The governor says "they are Nazis and they are here to hurt American citizens, and he needs to call them out for what they are, no question".

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