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Defense rests in Virginia murder trial of white nationalist


The defense rested its case on Thursday in the trial of the man who killed a counterprotester at a white nationalist rally last year by plowing his car into a crowd, after the defendant's lawyers called witnesses that suggested he was driven by fear. (Reuters US News) More More

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