In Charlottesville Murder Trial, Courtroom Relives Trauma of a Violent Day
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 crowd of anti-racist protesters. "Are they O.K.?" Mr. Fields could be heard asking a police officer after his arrest.
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