Transcript for Man charged with murder for plowing into crowd in Charlottesville: Police
The governor of Virginia says three people are dead following the violence in Charlotte. He declared after white supremacists and counter protesters clash. Starting on Friday white nationalist assembled some swinging torches police dispersed the crowd calling it an unlawful assembly. The violence reached a new level one Saturday afternoon when a car plowed into the group that was protesting the white supremacist. Car just plowed. Hundreds of people. Legal crunch taking the lead to the 32 year old woman the suspect identified as a twenty year old white male. And to Virginia State Police officers lieutenant HJ Cullen and trooper pilot Burke and then Bates also died in the helicopter crashed as they were assisting public safety. You felt plays not suspected. White Nationalists are being blamed by the governor for bringing violence to the state. The whole. You're not want it. In this great commonwealth and president from speaking to the nation also denounced the violence. We condemn in the strongest possible terms. This egregious display of hatred bigotry. And violence on many sites. Many are asking why the president didn't denounce. The white supremacist specifically. One of the strongest statements coming from Republican senator Orrin hatch who tweeted we should call evil by its name my brother didn't give his life fighting Hitler for Nazi ideas to go unchallenged here at home. Lana Zack ABC news Washington.
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