A recent report has identified 22-year-old Elliot Rodger as the first in a series of “alt-right killers” to strike in recent years for his murder spree of six students in the college town of Isla Vista back in 2014.
On August 12, 2017, an Alt-Right rally took place in Charlottesville, Virginia. The march was met with counter protesters, which in turn was met with a violent attack from a white supremacist who drove his vehicle into a crowd of people, leaving one woman dead and nineteen others injured. In a related incident, two state troopers were killed in a helicopter accident.
In light of the events that occurred, many turned to Twitter to voice their thoughts and opinions. Celebrities and prominent figures in the Asian-American community took this opportunity to speak their mind about the day of the rally, the attack on the protesters, and President Trump’s response.
In an exclusive clip shared with NextShark, an Asian man appears to possibly be marching alongside members of the Alt-Right at the rally in Charlottesville, Virginia which took place on August 12, 2017. It is unknown whether he is part of the Alt-Right or unrelated to them.
The ACLU eye-witness who took the video says that she wasn’t sure if he was marching with the group when she first saw him but then started filming when she saw him a second time with the group.