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Outside the city's General District Court there was more disruption as Matthew Heinbach, one of the leaders of the so-called alt-right groups which had gathered in Charlottesville on Friday night and Saturday, turned up with at least one follower.He was removed by local law enforcement as he shouted in front of a large crowd outside the court building. Heinbach was accompanied by one supporter, who became involved in a confrontation with a woman who made obscene gestures at him.Heinbach, 26, who is originally from Maryland and now lives in Paoli, Indiana, has been named by anti-fascist groups as one of the rising figures inside the white supremacist movement.The group he leads styles itself the Traditionalist Workers Party.
Weimer said he lost contact with Fields after he graduated and was surprised to hear reports that Fields had enlisted in the army.'The Army can confirm that James Alex Fields reported for basic military training in August of 2015, said Army spokeswoman Lt. Fields' mother, Samantha Bloom, told the AP late Saturday that she knew her son was going to Virginia for a political rally, but she had no idea it involved white supremacists.'I just told him to be careful,' she said, adding she warned him that if there were protests 'to make sure he's doing it peacefully.' The horrifying scenes in Virginia came after violent clashes erupted between white nationalists and activists.The court said it would appoint a lawyer for Fields, but not from the public attorneys office because one of the employees at the office had a family member who was injured in the alleged attack.The judge appointed local attorney Charles Weber to represent him.When he was asked by Judge Robert Downer if everything he said was truthful he raised his right hand and said: 'Yes, sir.'He is accused of being at the wheel of the Dodge Challenger which was driven at speed into a crowd of counter-demonstrators who had gathered in response to a far-right rally whose organizers said they were protesting the removal of a Confederate memorial in the city. appeared in front of Judge Robert Downer by video link, with Commonwealth Attorneys Nina-Alice Antony and Warner Chapman appearing for the State of Virginia.He is charged with murder, malicious wounding and hit and run Police presence: Security was tight outside the court as the hearing was under way and cops moved in quickly on Matthew Heimbach, who is seen as one of the rising figures of the white supremacist movement Field spoke in short yes and no statements during the appearance.