Published: Tue, August 14, 2018
World Media | By Shelia Harmon

Federal Bureau of Investigation believes Russian Federation is involved in organizing protests in US

Federal Bureau of Investigation believes Russian Federation is involved in organizing protests in US

During the protests, a auto drove into the crowd of people, as a result of which a woman was killed. He also plans to refuse service to any person harassing employees or wearing white nationalist or Nazi symbols or attire.

"As a member of Homeland Security, seriously, that's what scares me most", Garrett told CNN.

Jason Kessler has vowed to press ahead with plans for an August 12 rally in Washington, D.C., after Charlottesville denied him a permit.

The Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI) does not exclude that Russian Federation influenced the aggravation of the situation in Charlotsville in August 2017.

The violence culminated with a man driving a vehicle into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing a woman and injuring 19 people. I condemn all types of racism and acts of violence.

In an interview with CNN, said Congressman Thomas Garrett.

And in Wisconsin, Paul Nehlen, the leading Republican running to fill the seat in Congress now held by retiring Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, has emerged as a leader of the alt-right movement.

"They want to be open in solidarity with the community", Fenton said.

"Rather than try to pull the country together after Charlottesville -- rather than examine the impact of his own rhetoric and actions -- Trump has doubled down on the toxic xenophobia and fear mongering that have fueled his political life". The event drew hundreds of white nationalists from across the country to the Virginia college town.

Right-wing rally organizer, Patriot Prayer founder and Republican Senate candidate Joey Gibson (bottom R) speaks during a campaign rally for Gibson in Portland, Oregon, August 4, 2018. "For the anniversary of that hard August weekend, which resulted in three lives lost, the city of Charlottesville, Albemarle County and the University of Virginia are working closely with law enforcement and public safety agencies from around Virginia to plan for potential events to keep our city safe from violence", said Charlottesville Interim City Manager Mike Murphy.

Authorities in the state were criticized for failing to maintain peace during last year's violent rally as they had not planned ahead but this year police said they are prepared to ensure law and order.

Washington officials said on Thursday that police were ready for the rally as well as five planned counterprotests that could attract close to 2,000 people in all.

Unite the Right attendees were also encouraged to bring an American or Confederate Flag.

Counter-protesters are expected to outnumber white supremacists this Sunday in Washington.

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