In Charlottesville Murder Trial, Courtroom Relives Trauma of a Violent Day - New York TimesCHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — In a courtroom this week in Charlottesville, Va., a chilling videotape played for the jury captured the voice of James Fields Jr., an Ohio man who attended a white nationalist rally here last year and crashed his car into a ...and more »-- https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/05/us/charlottesville-trial-fields.html

In Charlottesville Murder Trial, Courtroom Relives Trauma of a Violent Day - New York Times

The trial of James Fields Jr., who drove into a crowd of protesters, has led to an odd reunion more than a year after a deadly rally.

New York Times

'He didn't seem angry': Witnesses testify about James A. Fields's demeanor during Charlottesville rally - Washington Post

Washington Post

Two people who were with Fields moments before fatal crash testify in court; defense plans to wrap up case Thursday - Richmond.com

Richmond.com

Fields drove at 28 mph before hitting crowd, police say - Roanoke Times

Roanoke Times

Charlottesville murder suspect wanted to get lunch with fellow protesters before fatal crash, witness says - CNN Charlottesville murder suspect wanted to get lunch with fellow protesters before fatal crash, witness says

Shortly after two protesters declined James Fields' invitation to lunch, Fields plowed into a group of counterprotesters, killing a 32-year-old woman.

CNN

Charlottesville driver hinted counterprotesters 'need to be careful' before car ramming - ABC News

The murder trial is ongoing.

ABC News

'Remorseless' Charlottesville murder suspect who 'mowed down counter-protester at white nationalist rally called ... - Daily Mail

The news comes as two witnesses also shared that James Alex Fields Jr. showed no remorse prior to ramming into the counterprotestors and killing Heather Heyer.

Daily Mail

Court Hears Chilling Phone Recordings Of Alex Fields, Charlottesville Car Driver Who Killed Heather Heyer - The Inquisitr

The recorded phone conversations of James Alex Fields Jr., the man who is accused of killing protester Heather Heyer during the Charlottesville “Unite the Right” rally in 2017 by crashing ...

The Inquisitr

Day 5 of testimony in Fields trial; defense calls more witnesses - WDBJ7

The attorneys continued trying to convince jurors that Fields was acting in self-defense when he drove his car into a crowd of counter protesters after the Unite the Right rally last year, killing one.

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Driver Who Killed Woman at Virginia Rally May Have Felt Threatened: Witness - U.S. News & World Report

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