Published: Mon, October 09, 2017
Economy | By Shawn Conner

Richard Spencer and white nationalists march with torches AGAIN in Charlottesville

Richard Spencer and white nationalists march with torches AGAIN in Charlottesville

The city's decision to move the Robert E. Lee statue this summer prompted a larger group of white nationalists to rally on August 11, during which they marched through the university carrying torches and chanting racial slurs. Illuminated, once again, by tiki torches, the group chanted, "You will not replace us" and spoke with reassurance that a presumably Confederate South would "rise again", according to CNN.

Officers followed the tour bus to make sure the group left the city.

Mayor Signer also tweeted they are working on "legal options" in order to counter, react, and decelerate the pernicious movement in the city.

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Spokesmen for the University of Virginia, which is celebrating its bicentennial this weekend, did not immediately respond for requests for comment.

This comes after the demonstrations in August led to the death of protester Heather Heyer.

Another participant right-wing said she was going to "presenting the interests of white Americans", and criticized local community and the media. Some gathered later on Saturday but it was after the torch-lit rally had already ended. Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer quickly denounced the rally on Twitter, calling it "another despicable visit by neo-Nazi cowards".

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"It was a great success and a lot of fun, we did an in-and-out flash mob", Spencer said in the video.

Gov. Terry McAuliffe said the state is "monitoring this situation as we continue to oppose these racists and their message of hate" in a tweet, but he did not elaborate. James Alex Fields Jr., 20, was charged with second-degree murder, three counts of malicious wounding and one count related to leaving the scene.

They say that lightning doesn't strike in the same place twice, but Charlottesville, Virginia proved that idiom wrong on Saturday night.

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Officials from the University of Virginia-that's located in Charlottesville and is Spencer's alma mater-released the following statement "strongly condemning" the hatred being spread in their town.

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