Matthew Heimbach, an organizer at the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., voiced his displeasure at the media there after an Aug. 14 court hearing for the rally participant who killed a woman when he plowed a car into a crowd of protesters. He plans to lead protests about plans to relocate Confederate statues from downtown Lexington.
Matthew Heimbach, an organizer at the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., voiced his displeasure at the media there after an Aug. 14 court hearing for the rally participant who killed a woman when he plowed a car into a crowd of protesters. He plans to lead protests about plans to relocate Confederate statues from downtown Lexington. Steve Helber Associated Press
Matthew Heimbach, an organizer at the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., voiced his displeasure at the media there after an Aug. 14 court hearing for the rally participant who killed a woman when he plowed a car into a crowd of protesters. He plans to lead protests about plans to relocate Confederate statues from downtown Lexington. Steve Helber Associated Press

White nationalist set to bring resumé of hate to Lexington

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