Black man beaten at white nationalist rally faces felony charge

Charlottesville magistrate issues warrant for black victim of parking garage beating

Black Man Who Was Beaten By White Nationalists In Charlottesville Is Now Wanted For Arrest

Deandre Harris, the black man seen being beaten on video by white nationalists in Charlottesville, Va. during the "Unite the Right" rally in August, is now facing a felony charge.

A local magistrate on Monday issued an arrest warrant for DeAndre Harris on an unlawful wounding charge after an accuser, whom police did not identify, claimed to have been injured by the 20-year-old during the brawl, authorities told local media.

It should be noted that our photographer Roberts was also attacked with what appears to be a wooden flagstaff by a man identified as Dan Borden of Cincinnati, one of those charged in the attack on Harris.

Lt. Stephen Upman said that an unnamed alleged victim detailed the events that occurred prior to the beating of Harris.

Donald Trump Preparing For War With North Korea?
As expected, North Korea wasn't pleased, which resulted in Trump sounding off on social media. Asked for clarification then on what he meant, Trump said: "You'll find out".

Nearly two months after the rally took place, Harris is facing an unlawful wounding charge.

The Charlottesville Police released a statement detailing the charge against Harris.

A GoFundMe page was set up after Harris' attack went viral and collected over $160,000.

Merritt added that the warrant is "highly unusual", saying that they are typically issued by the police department instead a magistrate. The warrant against Harris stems from accusations that he attacked someone, which led to the beating inside the garage.

Fake currency notes act as oxygen for terrorism: Rajnath
He said the NIA had filed chargesheets in 28 cases with a success rate of 85 per cent and a conviction rate of over 90 per cent. The Home Minister also hailed the NIA's role in curbing the menace of fake currency which acted as oxygen for "militancy".

"We find it highly offensive and upsetting, but what's more jarring is that he's been charged with the same crime as the men who attacked him", Merritt told the newspaper. He said the attackers also broke his wrist, chipped his tooth and split open his lip. Harris received a concussion and a cut on his head that required 10 stitches, as well as other minor injuries.

Ramos and Borden are due back in Charlottesville General District Court on Thursday, as is Richard Wilson Preston, a Baltimore Ku Klux Klan leader who is accused of firing a gun during the rally.

The attorney, who insists Harris did not start the fight, told the Post that Harris plans to turn himself in the coming days.

Ivana Trump's "first lady" comment causes stir with First Lady Melania Trump
But she turned it down because she already has the "perfect life", which includes jaunts to Saint-Tropez, and winters in Miami. Ivana also said that she offers the president advice and that she agrees with him on certain aspects.

Latest News