Chopper Crash Linked To White Nationalist Rally — Latest

Charlottesville protests Car driven into a crowd

Charlottesville protests Car driven into a crowd

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"It's tragic and heartbreaking to see hatred and racism once again mar our great Nation with bloodshed", Cruz said in a statement released Saturday night.

In another deadly incident, a helicopter crash near Charlottesville hours after the violence had erupted, two people have been killed, according to Virginia state police.

"Hate and division in the country must stop".

In San Francisco, people reacting to the events in Charlottesville gathered in Union Square.

Both political officials and regular citizens criticized Trump for not directly and vehemently condemning the actions of the white nationalist groups whose presence caused the violence.

Saturday's protests in Charlottesville were marked by violence and death.

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The rally is scheduled for 7 front of Northampton City Hall. "My heart is broken, but I am forever proud of her", Felicia Correa, Heyer's childhood pal who spoke on behalf of the victim's mother, told the Daily News. Virginia State Police said injuries ranged from life-threatening to minor.

"People saying he cucked are shills and kikes", said the site's editor Andrew Anglin.

Sessions said the federal investigation "will have the full support of the Department of Justice".

The protests were initiated by the city's government decision of removing the confederate past, including a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. After the "Unite the Right" rally descended into violence and was subsequently dispersed, a car plowed into a crowd of counterprotesters, killing at least one person and injuring at least 19 others. The car was allegedly driven by a 20-year-old man from Ohio who has been identified as James Alex Fields Jr.

LOS ANGELES ( Mayor Eric Garcetti on Saturday issued a statement about the violent white supremacist rally held in Charlottesville, Virginia.

"Go home", he said.