James Alex Fields Jr. had pleaded guilty in March to 29 of 30 hate crimes in connection with the 2017 car attack that killed Heather Heyer and wounded more than two dozen others in Charlottesville, Virginia.
US President Donald Trump has chosen to use his powerful platform to defend the free speech of conspiracy theorists as his allies visit the White House and criminalise political dissent at home.
Facebook banned right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, controversial figure Louis Farrakhan and other extremist figures for violating its policies against hate and violence.
During the past 10 years, 73 percent of domestic extremist killings in the US were carried out by right-wing movements and the number does not seem to be decreasing.
The white supremacist terrorist who killed 50 Muslim worshippers in New Zealand mosques donated a large sum of money to Austria’s Identitarian Movement, one of the rising far-right groups in Europe and North America.
Big tech is reluctant to regulate hate speech because it is bad for business. White supremacist accounts have also gotten sneakier at avoiding detection.
The government shutdown is about distracting the population from Trump's failures, it also about ultimately furthering Bannon's agenda to bring the US government crashing down.
James Alex Fields Jr. killed a woman when he drove into a group of counterprotesters marching in protest to a nationalist rally in August 2017.
James Fields, 21, is facing 10 criminal counts for his role in the violence. He ploughed his car into a crowd of counter-protesters at last year's white nationalist rally in Virginia, killing a woman.
Neo-Nazi murder who rammed his car into anti-racism protestors is now standing trial for his crimes.
The Alt Right has mainstreamed xenophobic discourse to such an extent that even Hillary Clinton is borrowing talking points from them.
The turnout of a white supremacist rally in Washington was low, however, they have become emboldened in the new America being created under Trump with dangerous consequences.
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