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This is the sort of blatant dishonesty that makes many of our discussions go down hill.

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Good - he richly  and thoroughly deserves to be convicted of first degree murder...

 

trump's "very fine persons" - like him - do not deserve to be allowed to run free and murder...

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Yep, one of trump's "very fine people".


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Yet another Trump supporter goes to jail.  Good thing he is not part of the Russian investigation or Trump would be pardoning him because everyone was "so unfair" to a cold blooded killer. 

 

A man who drove his car into a crowd of counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia was convicted Friday of first-degree murder for killing a woman in an attack that inflamed long-simmering racial and political tensions across the country.

 

Fields, 21, drove to Virginia from his home in Maumee, Ohio, to support the white nationalists. As a large group of counterprotesters marched through Charlottesville singing and laughing, he stopped his car, backed up, then sped into the crowd, according to testimony from witnesses and video surveillance shown to jurors.

 

https://www.politico.com/story/2018/12/07/james-alex-fields-charlottesville-counterprotesters-convic...

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