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- New drone footage has emerged from the deadly alt-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday
- The video shows the moment that a man drove his car into a group of people protesting the rally
- Counter-protester Heather Heyer, 32, was killed and 19 others injured
- Alleged driver, James Fields, 20, has been charged with murder
- He was denied bail at his first hearing on Monday
- Before the crash, Fields was pictured marching with white supremacists and his high school teacher says he idolized Adolf Hitler
Shocking new video has emerged, showing a bird-eye view of the moment an alleged white supremacist drove his car into a group of people protesting an alt-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday.
The video shows dozens of people gathered at an intersection, a few blocks from the statue of Robert E. Lee where white supremacists and protesters had clashed over the statue’s planned removal.
Suddenly, a Dodge Challenger crashes into two other cars, pushing them into the intersection so that they hit dozens of people and cause the crowds to scatter in panic.
Fields’ high school teacher has also come out to say that he idolized Adolf Hitler and appeared to sympathize with neo-Nazis when he was his student.
Fields has been charged with murder, malicious wounding and hit and run. He was ordered held without bail at his first court appearance on Monday.
Witnesses have described the terrifying moment a car accelerated towards and plowed into a crowd of people protesting at a white nationalist rally.
Screams rang out as the Dodge Challenger sped into demonstrators, throwing bodies into the air, before reversing at high speed.