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    • why is that suspicious number
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    • There are some really loony tunes out there.
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      If that is the picture of the driver, he ain't 20 years old. And how come the police haven't released this guy's name, eh? There's a reason they're not doing it. He ain't what you think he is.
      Why don't we all wait till the arraignment or the press conference, non?
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    • disgruntled uber driver man is just doing a solid letting some local dude side gig using his magic carpet of availabillity,headed down to mena ark to get some "Cleaning supplies" and got side tracked by a russian hacked gps you could hold a grudge with a saftey belt that wouldnt budge maybe the throttle did the "Tin whiskers" and sudden accerlation in the land of obamnation
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    • rockribbedrushy posted:
      If that is the picture of the driver, he ain't 20 years old. And how come the police haven't released this guy's name, eh? There's a reason they're not doing it. He ain't what you think he is.
      Why don't we all wait till the arraignment or the press conference, non?

      Then how old is the guy in the picture? He looks like he could be 20 to me.
      Also, the police almost never release a suspects name during an ongoing investigation.
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      disgruntled uber driver man is just doing a solid letting some local dude side gig using his magic carpet of availabillity,headed down to mena ark to get some "Cleaning supplies" and got side tracked by a russian hacked gps you could hold a grudge with a saftey belt that wouldnt budge maybe the throttle did the "Tin whiskers" and sudden accerlation in the land of obamnation
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      INSITEFULL ANALYSIS, BROE
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      rockribbedrushy posted:
      If that is the picture of the driver, he ain't 20 years old. And how come the police haven't released this guy's name, eh? There's a reason they're not doing it. He ain't what you think he is.
      Why don't we all wait till the arraignment or the press conference, non?

      Then how old is the guy in the picture? He looks like he could be 20 to me.
      Also, the police almost never release a suspects name during an ongoing investigation.

      What's to investigate? They have the car, they have the driver and they have the footage. Skid marks and collision evidence are present. What more do they need?

      Oh yeah, a picture of the owner would clinch it. That guy looks at least 30.

      This could be a hired hand who is taking the rap. Soros has 30 Billion Dollars to spend. There were plenty of antifas and blm'ers at this fiasco.

      Remember, this is all over a stupid statue that the Progressive Democrats want to erase from our history.
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    • Re: GVF-1111.... that's a very suspicious license plate number....
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      Do we have a picture of this Fields guy from Maumee OH. Since he is only 20 he should be in the yearbook of the local high school.

      Let's not duplicate Brian Ross in the Aurora shooting, shall we?
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    • Make America Covfefe Again posted:
      GVF-1111.... that's a very suspicious license plate number.... #1


      MUGSHOT - James Alex Fields Jr.

      Let's find his picture in the Maumee High School first?

      Let's not go all Brian Ross, shall we
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    • http://www.toledoblade.com/Nation/2017/08/12/Hundreds-face-off-ahead-of-white-nationalist-rally.html

      CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - A car with a Lucas County license plate plowed into a crowd of people peacefully protesting a white nationalist rally Saturday in a Virginia college town, killing one person, hurting at least two dozen more and ratcheting up tension in an increasingly violent confrontation.

      Multiple media outlets are reporting the car is registered to 20-year-old James Alex Fields of Maumee, based on vehicle registration records. Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail Superintendent Martin Kumer told The Post that a man with the same name and age was booked Saturday on suspicion of second-degree murder, malicious wounding, failure to stop for an accident involving a death, and hit and run.

      Mr. Fields is being held without bail, and is scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Charlottesville General District Court, Mr. Kumer told the Washington Post.

      RELATED: Trump says 'no place' in U.S. for violence seen in Virginia

      Samantha Bloom, Mr. Fields' mother, told a Blade reporter her son texted her Friday to say he had dropped his cat off at her Monclova Township apartment so he could go to an "alt-right" rally in Virginia.

      "I told him to be careful," Ms. Bloom said. "[And] if they're going to rally to make sure he's doing it peacefully."

      It didn't appear that happened, she said tearfully.

      She had returned from dinner Saturday evening unaware that her son was involved and had not yet been contacted by authorities.

      He had told her about the rally last week, but didn't offer details about its extremist nature.

      "I thought it had something to do with Trump," she said.

      She said he had moved out of her apartment "five or six months ago" to his own Maumee apartment, but she declined to give the address. Ms. Bloom said they moved to northwest Ohio from Florence, Kentucky, about a year ago for her job.

      Along the quiet street where Mr. Fields' mother lives, neighbors living in the colorful one-story, conjoined units said they didn't know much about the 20-year-old.

      Bob Rose, 62, who lives two doors down from Ms. Bloom, said he never spoke to the man.

      "It's shocking to know it's that close to you," he said.

      Mr. Rose said he had seen a vehicle matching the silver Dodge's description at the house and "might have waved," but not much more.

      "I've never spoken with the gentleman, I don't know anything about him," he said. "You just never know. Until you get the whole story, you can assume what you want. Was he there to cause mayhem? Was he a white supremacist? I don't know."

      If he does hold extremist views, Mr. Rose said, "I don't want to know him."

      Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas said Mr. Fields was taken into custody not far from the crash site.

      Mr. Thomas told reporters a 32-year-old woman was killed while she was crossing the street. Her name was not released.

      A helicopter crash that killed the pilot and a passenger later in the afternoon outside Charlottesville also was linked to the rally by State Police, though officials did not elaborate on how the crash was connected.

      The chaos boiled over at what is believed to be the largest group of white nationalists to come together in a decade: the governor declared a state of emergency, police dressed in riot gear ordered people out and helicopters circled overhead. The group had gathered to protest plans to remove a statue of the Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, and others who arrived to protest the racism.

      Matt Korbon, a 22-year-old University of Virginia student, said several hundred counter-protesters were marching when "suddenly there was just this tire screeching sound." A silver Dodge Challenger smashed into another car, then backed up, barreling through "a sea of people."

      The impact hurled people into the air. Those left standing scattered, screaming and running for safety in different directions.

      The turbulence began Friday night, when the white nationalists carried torches though the university campus in what they billed as a "pro-white" demonstration. It quickly spiraled into violence Saturday morning. Hundreds of people threw punches, hurled water bottles and unleashed chemical sprays. At least eight were injured and one arrested in connection.

      President Donald Trump condemned "in the strongest possible terms" what he called an "egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides" after the clashes. He called for "a swift restoration of law and order and the protection of innocent lives."

      Trump says he's spoken with the governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, and "we agreed that the hate and the division must stop and must stop right now."

      Sherrod Brown ✔ @SenSherrodBrown
      I stand with my Republican colleague. This was domestic terrorism. We must all condemn white nationalism. -SB
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      7:21 PM - Aug 12, 2017

      But some of the white nationalists cited Trump's victory as validation for their beliefs, and Trump's critics pointed to the president's racially tinged rhetoric as exploiting the nation's festering racial tension.

      The Rev. Jesse Jackson noted that Trump for years publicly questioned President Barack Obama's citizenship.

      "We are in a very dangerous place right now," he said.

      Right-wing blogger Jason Kessler had called for what he termed a "pro-white" rally in Charlottesville. White nationalists and their opponents promoted the event for weeks.

      Oren Segal, who directs the Anti-Defamation League's Center on Extremism, said multiple white power groups gathered in Charlottesville, including members of neo-Nazi organizations, racist skinhead groups and Ku Klux Klan factions.

      The white nationalist organizations Vanguard America and Identity Evropa; the Southern nationalist League of the South; the National Socialist Movement; the Traditionalist Workers Party; and the Fraternal Order of Alt Knights also were on hand, he said, along with several groups with a smaller presence.

      On the other side, anti-fascist demonstrators also gathered in Charlottesville, but they generally aren't organized like white nationalist factions, said Heidi Beirich of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

      Many others were just locals caught in the fray.

      Colleen Cook, 26, stood on a curb shouting at the rally attendees to go home.

      Cook, a teacher who attended the University of Virginia, said she sent her son, who is black, out of town for the weekend.

      "This isn't how he should have to grow up," she said.

      Cliff Erickson leaned against a fence and took in the scene. He said he thinks removing the statue amounts to erasing history and said the "counter-protesters are crazier than the alt-right."

      "Both sides are hoping for a confrontation," he said.

      It's the latest confrontation in Charlottesville since the city about 100 miles outside of Washington, D.C., voted earlier this year to remove a statue of Lee.

      In May, a torch-wielding group that included prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer gathered around the statue for a nighttime protest, and in July, about 50 members of a North Carolina-based KKK group traveled there for a rally, where they were met by hundreds of counter-protesters.

      Kessler said this week that the rally is partly about the removal of Confederate symbols but also about free speech and "advocating for white people."

      "This is about an anti-white climate within the Western world and the need for white people to have advocacy like other groups do," he said in an interview.

      Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer said he was disgusted that the white nationalists had come to his town and blamed Trump for inflaming racial prejudices.

      "I'm not going to make any bones about it. I place the blame for a lot of what you're seeing in American today right at the doorstep of the White House and the people around the president," he said.

      Charlottesville, nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, is a liberal-leaning city that's home to the flagship University of Virginia and Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson.

      The statue's removal is part of a broader city effort to change the way Charlottesville's history of race is told in public spaces. The city has also renamed Lee Park, where the statue stands, and Jackson Park, named for Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson. They're now called Emancipation Park and Justice Park, respectively.

      For now, the Lee statue remains. A group called the Monument Fund filed a lawsuit arguing that removing the statue would violate a state law governing war memorials. A judge has agreed to temporarily block the city from removing the statue for six months.
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    • Make America Covfefe Again posted:
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      GVF-1111.... that's a very suspicious license plate number.... #1

      Probly means Goes Very Fast!!!1 (GVF 1111)

      Now it could be Getting Very Famous!!!11

      or Grinding Vegan Faggots :lol:
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      http://www.toledoblade.com/Nation/2017/08/12/Hundreds-face-off-ahead-of-white-nationalist-rally.html

      CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - A car with a Lucas County license plate plowed into a crowd of people peacefully protesting a white nationalist rally Saturday in a Virginia college town, killing one person, hurting at least two dozen more and ratcheting up tension in an increasingly violent confrontation.

      Multiple media outlets are reporting the car is registered to 20-year-old James Alex Fields of Maumee, based on vehicle registration records. Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail Superintendent Martin Kumer told The Post that a man with the same name and age was booked Saturday on suspicion of second-degree murder, malicious wounding, failure to stop for an accident involving a death, and hit and run.

      Mr. Fields is being held without bail, and is scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Charlottesville General District Court, Mr. Kumer told the Washington Post.

      RELATED: Trump says 'no place' in U.S. for violence seen in Virginia

      Samantha Bloom, Mr. Fields' mother, told a Blade reporter her son texted her Friday to say he had dropped his cat off at her Monclova Township apartment so he could go to an "alt-right" rally in Virginia.

      "I told him to be careful," Ms. Bloom said. "[And] if they're going to rally to make sure he's doing it peacefully."

      It didn't appear that happened, she said tearfully.

      She had returned from dinner Saturday evening unaware that her son was involved and had not yet been contacted by authorities.

      He had told her about the rally last week, but didn't offer details about its extremist nature.

      "I thought it had something to do with Trump," she said.

      She said he had moved out of her apartment "five or six months ago" to his own Maumee apartment, but she declined to give the address. Ms. Bloom said they moved to northwest Ohio from Florence, Kentucky, about a year ago for her job.

      Along the quiet street where Mr. Fields' mother lives, neighbors living in the colorful one-story, conjoined units said they didn't know much about the 20-year-old.

      Bob Rose, 62, who lives two doors down from Ms. Bloom, said he never spoke to the man.

      "It's shocking to know it's that close to you," he said.

      Mr. Rose said he had seen a vehicle matching the silver Dodge's description at the house and "might have waved," but not much more.

      "I've never spoken with the gentleman, I don't know anything about him," he said. "You just never know. Until you get the whole story, you can assume what you want. Was he there to cause mayhem? Was he a white supremacist? I don't know."

      If he does hold extremist views, Mr. Rose said, "I don't want to know him."

      Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas said Mr. Fields was taken into custody not far from the crash site.

      Mr. Thomas told reporters a 32-year-old woman was killed while she was crossing the street. Her name was not released.

      A helicopter crash that killed the pilot and a passenger later in the afternoon outside Charlottesville also was linked to the rally by State Police, though officials did not elaborate on how the crash was connected.

      The chaos boiled over at what is believed to be the largest group of white nationalists to come together in a decade: the governor declared a state of emergency, police dressed in riot gear ordered people out and helicopters circled overhead. The group had gathered to protest plans to remove a statue of the Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, and others who arrived to protest the racism.

      Matt Korbon, a 22-year-old University of Virginia student, said several hundred counter-protesters were marching when "suddenly there was just this tire screeching sound." A silver Dodge Challenger smashed into another car, then backed up, barreling through "a sea of people."

      The impact hurled people into the air. Those left standing scattered, screaming and running for safety in different directions.

      The turbulence began Friday night, when the white nationalists carried torches though the university campus in what they billed as a "pro-white" demonstration. It quickly spiraled into violence Saturday morning. Hundreds of people threw punches, hurled water bottles and unleashed chemical sprays. At least eight were injured and one arrested in connection.

      President Donald Trump condemned "in the strongest possible terms" what he called an "egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides" after the clashes. He called for "a swift restoration of law and order and the protection of innocent lives."

      Trump says he's spoken with the governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, and "we agreed that the hate and the division must stop and must stop right now."

      Sherrod Brown ✔ @SenSherrodBrown
      I stand with my Republican colleague. This was domestic terrorism. We must all condemn white nationalism. -SB
      ...
      7:21 PM - Aug 12, 2017

      But some of the white nationalists cited Trump's victory as validation for their beliefs, and Trump's critics pointed to the president's racially tinged rhetoric as exploiting the nation's festering racial tension.

      The Rev. Jesse Jackson noted that Trump for years publicly questioned President Barack Obama's citizenship.

      "We are in a very dangerous place right now," he said.

      Right-wing blogger Jason Kessler had called for what he termed a "pro-white" rally in Charlottesville. White nationalists and their opponents promoted the event for weeks.

      Oren Segal, who directs the Anti-Defamation League's Center on Extremism, said multiple white power groups gathered in Charlottesville, including members of neo-Nazi organizations, racist skinhead groups and Ku Klux Klan factions.

      The white nationalist organizations Vanguard America and Identity Evropa; the Southern nationalist League of the South; the National Socialist Movement; the Traditionalist Workers Party; and the Fraternal Order of Alt Knights also were on hand, he said, along with several groups with a smaller presence.

      On the other side, anti-fascist demonstrators also gathered in Charlottesville, but they generally aren't organized like white nationalist factions, said Heidi Beirich of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

      Many others were just locals caught in the fray.

      Colleen Cook, 26, stood on a curb shouting at the rally attendees to go home.

      Cook, a teacher who attended the University of Virginia, said she sent her son, who is black, out of town for the weekend.

      "This isn't how he should have to grow up," she said.

      Cliff Erickson leaned against a fence and took in the scene. He said he thinks removing the statue amounts to erasing history and said the "counter-protesters are crazier than the alt-right."

      "Both sides are hoping for a confrontation," he said.

      It's the latest confrontation in Charlottesville since the city about 100 miles outside of Washington, D.C., voted earlier this year to remove a statue of Lee.

      In May, a torch-wielding group that included prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer gathered around the statue for a nighttime protest, and in July, about 50 members of a North Carolina-based KKK group traveled there for a rally, where they were met by hundreds of counter-protesters.

      Kessler said this week that the rally is partly about the removal of Confederate symbols but also about free speech and "advocating for white people."

      "This is about an anti-white climate within the Western world and the need for white people to have advocacy like other groups do," he said in an interview.

      Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer said he was disgusted that the white nationalists had come to his town and blamed Trump for inflaming racial prejudices.

      "I'm not going to make any bones about it. I place the blame for a lot of what you're seeing in American today right at the doorstep of the White House and the people around the president," he said.

      Charlottesville, nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, is a liberal-leaning city that's home to the flagship University of Virginia and Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson.

      The statue's removal is part of a broader city effort to change the way Charlottesville's history of race is told in public spaces. The city has also renamed Lee Park, where the statue stands, and Jackson Park, named for Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson. They're now called Emancipation Park and Justice Park, respectively.

      For now, the Lee statue remains. A group called the Monument Fund filed a lawsuit arguing that removing the statue would violate a state law governing war memorials. A judge has agreed to temporarily block the city from removing the statue for six months.

      Where were these two "Senators" when Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik murdered 18 people in San Bernandino?

      Where were they when Blm'ers were killing police officers last summer?

      Are you also in favor of historically cleansing America by digging any and all remains of Confederate soldiers?
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    • For now, the Lee statue remains. A group called the Monument Fund filed a lawsuit arguing that removing the statue would violate a state law governing war memorials. A judge has agreed to temporarily block the city from removing the statue for six months.

      Let's dig up all the Confederate graves, shall we? Would that make your soul breathe a sigh of relief?
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    • For now, the Lee statue remains. A group called the Monument Fund filed a lawsuit arguing that removing the statue would violate a state law governing war memorials. A judge has agreed to temporarily block the city from removing the statue for six months.

      Let's dig up all the Confederate graves, shall we? Would that make your soul breathe a sigh of relief?
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    • Hi guys, Draki from YT I want to point out a viewer mentioned the plate the mothers car had was GVF-1122... which is quite a coincidence they're so similar... you can look up the interview with the mother and see a near identical plate number. Even when setting to cars up back to back at the DMV i've never gotten numbers so close to eachother, maybe this has already been mentioned im still reading the thread as yes i've noticed some weird stuff too. Good work to all independently investigating this and stay truthful and honest. G'luck.
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      Hi guys, Draki from YT I want to point out a viewer mentioned the plate the mothers car had was GVF-1122... which is quite a coincidence they're so similar... you can look up the interview with the mother and see a near identical plate number. Even when setting to cars up back to back at the DMV i've never gotten numbers so close to eachother, maybe this has already been mentioned im still reading the thread as yes i've noticed some weird stuff too. Good work to all independently investigating this and stay truthful and honest. G'luck.

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