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>> Police in Charlottesville, Virginia identifying 32 year old Heather Heyer as the woman who died when this car rammed into a crowd of protestors demonstrating against a white nationalist rally. A GoFundMe page created late Saturday night already raising more than $100,000 for the family of the victim, who was a local paralegal in Charlottesville.
Reuters correspondent Ian Simpson is there.>> The normal Sunday quiet in Charlottesville, Virginia is laced with shock this morning as it comes to grips with the aftermath of a deadly white nationalists rally. Mourners are piling flowers are makeshift memorials for the woman that was allegedly run down by a white nationalist.
Churches are filled with mourners praying for the dead and the injured, and police are keeping a watchful presence on city streets.>> On Sunday, the organizer of the White Nationalist Unite The Right rally, saying that the Charlottesville Police Department failed to do their jobs in protecting demonstrators.>> The hate that you hear around you, that is the anti-white hate that fueled what happened yesterday.
>> He was later chased away from the podium by protesters.>>
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t of here!>> The man accused of driving the car that plowed into dozens of protesters 20-year-old James Fields Jr. from Ohio has been arrested and is being held on suspicion of second-degree murder.
19 other people were injured in the car attack, five critically. State and federal investigators now probing the incident, the FBI opening a civil rights investigation.>> We condemn in the strongest possible terms, this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides.>> President Trump's remarks citing many sides drawing strong criticism from both sides of the political aisle, some saying he waited too long to address the violence.
And when he finally did, he failed to explicitly condemn white supremacists.>> The President bares a major responsibility. He cannot create unhate with one tweet.>> The violence in Charlottesville is the latest clash between the president's opponents and white nationalists who claim their allegiance to Trump.