Three Dead in Violent Protest in Virginia — UPDATE

Three Dead in Violent Protest in Virginia — UPDATE

Heyer, a paralegal, was a native of Greene County.

Social media videos show the moment when a car plowed into a crowd of people on the streets of Charlottesville, Virginia.

"Because people were injured counter-protesting, I'm here to stand in solidarity with all those in the East Bay and here in Oakland", said Nick Travaglini. Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan denounced the white supremacist views "fuelling the spectacle" as "repugnant".

The Department of Justice has opened a federal civil rights investigation into the deadly car attack.

Earlier that night, U.S. Sen. "I saw at least two or three people fly over the hood of his car", one witness said, "and then, he hit another car that was parked in front of him".

Three Dead in Violent Protest in Virginia — UPDATE

US Democratic Senator for Colorado Michael Bennet has called on President Donald Trump to denounce white nationalism, as a rally organized by members of alt-right, white nationalists and neo-Nazis in Charlottesville, Virginia, turned violent and resulted in casualties.

"The FBI has been supporting state and local authorities throughout the day".

In New York City, Union Square was packed with people holding signs, some of which read "No To Racism and Bigotry" and "Impeach". "It's been going on for a long time in our country. Trump's not a white supremacist", said Ms Bloom. Marco RubioMarco RubioNew GOP immigration bill would drastically increase border surveillance: report All eyes should be on Nikki Haley McConnell, Trump point fingers MORE (R-Fla.) tweeted.

In response to the rally, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe addressed the white nationalists saying, "Go home".

Saturday's arrest comes on the heels of hundreds of white supremacists swarming Charlottesville during the "Unite the Right" march, carrying Polynesian tiki torches and shedding white tears.