In a display of decisive action and solidarity, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has announced that Charlottesville suspect James Alex Fields Jr. will not face a charge of domestic terrorism despite the media outcry and virtue signaling suggesting that his crime was an act of terrorism.
A special agent with the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force said the suspect accused of killing a Charlottesville protester will not face domestic terror charges since the federal statute does not outline penalties for the crime.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has said Fields is to face one count of second-degree murder, a decision which has either side of the spectrum groaning over.
Special Agent Thomas F. O’Connor has since called on Congress to change the statute, although it’s unknown if that will happen and it’s too late for this case.
“Even though many states and localities have adopted penalties for domestic terrorism, and the U.S. Code defines the phrase ‘domestic terrorism’, there are currently no penalties attached to that definition,” O’Connor said. “And therefore ‘domestic terrorism’ is not a crime in and of itself under federal law.”
The only fatality in the case, Heather Heyer, has been a serious source of debate as of late as to what actually killed the woman ongoing through social media and video streaming chats.
Some have pointed out that in the video footage Heyer was never hit by the car, but that still doesn’t mean that Fields car wasn’t responsible for the allegations (these are the claims being made) that she died from a heart attack.
Now even if she died from a heart attack, and the vehicle didn’t touch her, the prosecution has the argument that the heart attack is a result of the vehicle’s action, which would stick.
That could likely result in a lesser charge of manslaughter as a conviction, but again that’s for the court, Fields’ attorney, and the prosecution to debate in front of a jury.
Anything else is purely speculation at this point but the videos have only increased on social media arguing both sides.
There are even the farthest out there conspiracy theories (some actually make a lot of sense honestly) to combine with the left and right spin onto the events.
Through this article, I’ll post a few different perspectives without bias to each of those, and you can determine your own views contrary from mine.
Regardless, James Fields takes full responsibility for the death, even as there’s an ongoing debate as to whether or not his vehicle hit her at all, with other reports suggesting the woman died as a result of a heart attack.
Contrary to the media attempt to smear white Nationalists and those who had a legal permit to march to begin with at the Unite The Right event, it’s clear to anyone with common sense that the Antifaschistische Aktion groups at the event had no legal documentation to attend or protest, unlike those on from the AltRight and various sects of the far right.
The event was intended to be a march to protest the cultural Marxist attempts to rewrite American history by removing historic monuments and statues across the United States, something that’s only increased since the event with little to no opposition nationwide.
The international Communist mantra in many countries has been to first subvert the ideology of a particular party then attempt to push for increased cultural Marxist indoctrination through academia and to control the media and printed press, all of which has occurred in America and has been occurring for the greater part of the past century.
Only in recent years has there become a resistance to the Communist Agenda, with traditional values under attack and a rising sense of Nationalism and courage from those willing to stand up.
Make no mistake, the actions taken by James Fields cannot be condoned in any form, and such tactics are completely counterproductive to the success of a spirited movement which has only continued to grow.
The outcry over Heather Heyer death is to be expected, albeit it appears the man responsible was not on any official logs or registrars of those who were organizing the event and some would suggest he’s a mentally unstable lone wolf figure that could have possibly became scared due to his vehicle being assaulted which resulted in him stepping on the gas or acting irrational.
It’s expected that he will undergo several psychological examinations as per the defense attorney’s requests before and possibly during his upcoming trial.
Nothing will bring back the deceased victim and any sensible leader of the far right would condone such actions as they do not benefit their interests.
Regardless if you support the organizing of the event or not, those individuals attending not only had a legal permit and Constitutional Right to do so, but have a growing concern for the war against traditional values and the oppressive force-feeding of mental illness such as degenerate brainwashing that the Marxist left wing of America has forced down the throats of everyday Americans and children.
They had a right to march, to speak, to protest, and even took additional steps under the law to receive the legal documentation to do so.
Much of the failures of the incident lay in the hands of both Governor Terry McAuliffe, former DNC Chair who had ties to top level Communist billionaire donors, who coincidentally has reported to have given the police officers in attendance at Charlottesville a stand down order to prevent them from enforcing the law as their job description is meant to do.
Other failures would be the fact that the city council was fully aware of the event and the size of the crowds in attendance and failed to unite with their Mayor and ask the Governor to bring out the National Guard for security, an intentional act some say could result in the Governor and AntiFa facing charges over.
All of the violence could have been avoided, to begin with. Everyone without a bias who looks at the events and the video evidence can see that, and without edited clips can see that those who had a legal permit to attend didn’t simply commit violence but were, in fact, defending themselves after they were attacked.
Again that boils down to the failures of the Charlottesville Police to do their jobs which forced those in attendance legally to defend themselves from the violent and radical AntiFa which continue torment communities and cities across America.
It’s a civil rights issue, and those men and women who marched had a right to do so as per the Constitution, while the AntiFa resort to violence as a response to anything they dislike.
During the event, however, before any of the official and advertised speakers ever took the stage, the tragedy unfolded in the now infamous vehicle alleged attack, which resulted in 19 injuries and potentially caused the death of Heather Heyer.
That will now be debated in a court of law as James Fields, the driver of the vehicle which drove in an erratic manner either in defense or fear or in a planned assault (the court will decide the motive) being charged with second-degree murder for the fatality that occurred.
There is a ton of video evidence that shows the AntiFa attacking Fields’ car before he drove it into the crowd, and the defense likely will pursue that angle.
The prosecution, however, will likely bring to the witness stand emotional social justice warrior witnesses to claim the act was intentional and that their lives are damaged as a result of the event.
No matter how you look at it nobody wins in this case, because of the growing divide and conquer amongst Americans who are busy fighting each other and not uniting to Make America Great Again against a common enemy, which in theory is part of the enemy’s plan.
The Nationalism which had risen has been under assault even by virtue signaling biased Senators who unanimously signed a resolution condemning one side on the events (by the way I will never vote for anyone who signed that resolution, specifically because it didn’t mention AntiFa once and there are hours of tape showing the atrocities committed by Antifa).
It’s a shameful act by the Senate, completely disgusting in every way. The same Senate can’t repeal Obamacare after promising for nearly 8 years to do so, the same Senate can’t support President Trump’s policies and border wall after he’s the entire reason they’re in control, the same Senate can’t agree to bring troops home from our 17 year long wars, the same Senate can’t figure out how to balance the budget, I mean I could go on and on, but this is about Charlottesville.
They should have held proper investigations (they didn’t even debate the matter at all, just unanimously signed a resolution Condemning one side, the legal permit holding side, all while ignoring AntiFa) before signing such a resolution and they undoubtedly should have condemned both sides for the violence committed, as in AntiFa and the Charlottesville and Virginia civil servants who failed to protect the men and women with a legal permit.
A travesty of American injustice.
It’s likely that if video evidence of those in attendance is accepted into the court that this trial will not only be considered controversial but also expose much of the Antifaschistische Aktion’s Domestic Terrorism in a court of law, as to hopefully see the Federal Bureau of Investigation do their jobs and pursue indictments against many of their crimes.
It’s also possible that the suggestions that Heather Heyer died as a result of a heart attack will bring the Medical Examiner to the witness stand, and if that’s openly decided upon as the cause; even if Field’s vehicle forced her heart attack via fear or what have you, he could face or be convicted of a reduced or lesser charge.
That’s assuming he’s decided by specialists to be competent enough to stand trial at all, which is also up for debate.
The trial will likely be the most publicized courtroom monitoring since that of the OJ Simpson trial, a magnitude of potential ramifications that can be used for decades to come on trying a suspect or building a case for the defense.
No matter what the outcome, people are certain to be angry in a further escalation of both ideological and racial tension in modern America.