The organizers behind the civil suit had hoped to bankrupt the white nationalists and neo-Nazis behind the violence in Charlottesville.
The white nationalist's partying was used against him in a court case against the organizers of the Unite the Right rallies in Charlottesville.
The jury selection featured white nationalists demanding to know if prospective Black jurors think white people can face racism.
At the trial for a number of well-known white supremacists, prospective jurors were asked about their thoughts on race, white supremacy, and anti-fascism.
Richard Spencer and the ‘Crying Nazi’ are among the defendants in court this week in a federal lawsuit aiming to financially devastate several white supremacist movements.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden said she would raise the findings of an 800-page report on the attack with YouTube's leadership.
The two men were reported to be leaders in a network that the Southern Poverty Law Center has identified as a hate group.
Leaked audio purportedly shows the far-right leader screaming anti-Semitic slurs and threatening further violence in Charlottesville.
The number of hate groups nationwide reached a record high in 2018, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Divorce filings say Spencer physically abused her and made her afraid to call police or seek further protection
“The platform, and its parent company, have allowed racist, misogynist, and harassing content to remain online — and in many cases, to generate advertising revenue — as long as it does not explicitly include slurs.”
An all-star lawyer is taking on the group for descending on Charlottesville and terrorizing residents.