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White Supremacist Leader Runs For His Life From Furious Protestors

The organizer of the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville that turned deadly this weekend attempted to give a press conference on Sunday that didn't go so well for him.

Jason Kessler, a 34-year-old Charlottesville native, drew ire from the crowd as he attempted to blame police for the violence that erupted on Saturday, with people yelling, "shame," "thug," and "murderer," before eventually chasing Kessler off.

Ironically, it was the very police that Kessler had just criticized that ended up shielding him from the angry mob, eventually taking him back to the police station when his car was deemed inaccessible.

Video of the chase went viral on Twitter:

As Kessler was being quickly escorted away by the police, one man followed, shouting, "Her name was Heather, sir!" referring to 32-year-old Heather Heyer, who was killed when a white supremacist rammed his car into counter-protesters.

"Her name was Heather, Jason. Her blood is on your hands ... what do you have to say for yourself?" the man implored.

While many people were happy to see Kessler chased off and shamed:

Some didn't care for the use of force:

Although there was one man in the crowd that got some praise for how he handled himself:


If nothing else, we now know how to easily spot a white supremacist:

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H/T: The Root, The Independent, Twitter