Suspect in U.S. auto attack held 'radical beliefs': teacher

Lucy Bush
August 15, 2017

She said she would have been there when he moved in but has no recollection of him and has heard no complaints.

Fields is being held on charges of second-degree murder, malicious wounding and failure to stop in an accident that resulted in death.

Susan Bro, the mother of Heather Heyer, holds a photo of Bro's mother and her daughter, Monday, Aug. 14, 2017, in Charlottesville, Va. Heyer was killed Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017, when police say a man plowed his auto into a group of demonstrators protesting the white nationalist rally.

"You're college-educated, but if you walk into the store you may have people following you, and it's not fair", Wilson quoted Heyer as having said to him often.

"I didn't pay that much attention to him really". "It would start to creep out".

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Mr. Fields rammed his Dodge Challenger into a crowd of counter-protesters picketing against white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, killing one and injuring 19.

Derek Weimer, who said he taught Fields history in high school, told the Washington Post on Sunday that Fields wrote a research paper Weimer described as a "big lovefest for the German military and the Waffen-SS". A Virginia State Police helicopter deployed in a large-scale police response to the violence later crashed into the woods outside of town and both troopers on board died.

They also urged President Donald Trump to forcefully denounce the organisations, some of which specifically cited Trump's election after a campaign of racially charged rhetoric as validation of their beliefs.

The rally was attended by neo-Nazis, skinheads and Ku Klux Klan members, and the white nationalists were met with hundreds of counterprotesters, which led to street brawls and violent clashes. Fields, now 20, is a 2015 graduate of the school. "I am grateful to those who put themselves in harm's way today to peacefully protest against racism and hate".

One of the suspect's high school teachers in OH told member station WVXU that Fields "was intelligent and didn't cause trouble", but was "also deeply into Adolf Hitler and white supremacy".

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"He was very infatuated with the Nazis, with Adolf Hitler", Weimer said.

The Associated Press also published a photo of Fields with the group. The civil rights investigation will examine Fields' motives and determine if there is enough evidence to prosecute the incident as an act of domestic terrorism, according to CNN. But Fields was ultimately turned down, which was a big blow, Weimer said.

He made his first court appearance by video on Monday.

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