Summary: ‘ Jason Kessler, who organized the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., told Fox News late Thursday he is in hiding at the end of getting a string of demise threats. The nationalist blogger maintains his group isn’t a collection of white supremacists but rather a “civil rights group.” He said he graduated from the University of Virginia, voted, for Barack Obama in 2008, and once attended an Occupy Wall Street rally in Charlottesville. He said that the captain “let slip” that in preparation, for the rally, the city, and police “did not utilize government servers because they didn’t want to have access to FOIA’d” — referring to the Freedom of Information Act. All market data delayed 20 minutes.
But that as they showed up at the park at 8:30 a.m. He said he has received no calls, no visits from police, or federal investigators since the event. As, for the demise of the woman, Heather Heyer, Kessler said: “no comment.” In preparation for last Saturday’s rally, he held a meeting repeatedly with Charlottesville police, and was assigned a police liaison. Kessler said the organization’s funding came from “donations to our PayPal account, prior to it was shut down.” Now, “we fund ourselves, because almost all of us have, or used to have jobs, before this.” He said that police had given the white nationalists a specific entry way to the park….Read The Full Article Here
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