White Supremacist Daniel Borden Charged in Charlottesville, Va., Attack of Deandre Harris


White nationalists clash with counter protesters at a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. The attack was captured on video. He then turns and walks away.

Preston has identified himself to news media as the imperial wizard of the Confederate White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, based in northern Maryland.

Social media is helping track down the white supremacists responsible for brutally assaulting a counterprotester in Charlottesville.

Charlottesville and Virginia State police were widely criticised for not making arrests or even taking actions on violence in their presence.

The violence two weeks ago culminated in a Nazi sympathizer plowing his auto into a crowd of counter-protesters - killing Heather Heyer, 32, and wounding 19 others.

Police called the incidents ongoing criminal investigations.

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Photographs show several men beating Harris with poles and sticks near the violent rally August 12.

Although other men were featured in the photo taken by photographer Zach Roberts, so far Borden is the only one that was arrested, and is now being held at the Hamilton County Justice Center in Ohio.

According to the New York Daily News, Borden, a white supremacist, has been obsessed with Nazism since his junior year of high school, not too different from fellow Ohioan and white supremacist James Alex Fields Jr. who used his vehicle in Charlottesville to plow through a group of protesters, killing one and injuring 19 others. The ringleader of this savagery, Daniel Borden, made news as he was charged and arrested with malicious wounding on Friday evening (Aug. 25).

Officials said 52-year-old Richard Wilson Preston was arrested in Baltimore and charged with discharging a firearm within 1000 feet of a school.

King offered a reward for information leading to names of those involved in the attacks, and circulated photos and videos on Twitter.