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At one point, a woman briefly tackled Kessler to the floor before he was led away by security.

Following the scuffle, Kessler tweeted that he "tried his best but once again violence rules over speech and ideas in #Charlottesville."Virginia State Police said they charged a Charlottesville man, 47-year-old Robert K.

" before a crowd began to confront him, yelling in his face as he was still standing at the podium — effectively ending the press conference.

Kessler was chased off by protesters, several of whom attempted to shove or punch him as he tried to leave.

Wispelwey, who has lived in this city of 43,000 for most of his life, and other local residents said they were still processing the shock that washed over so many after white protesters and counter-protesters clashed in the heart of the city.

The violence reached a peak when a silver Dodge Challenger drove into a crowd of counter-demonstrators, killing a 32-year-old woman and injuring 19 people.

A car rammed into protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a "Unite the Right" rally has brought white nationalists, white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and other right wing groups to demonstrate against the removal of a Confederate statue—and brought counter-protesters to rally against those groups.

The car sped down the downtown block towards a group of protesters and multiple parked cars, injuring at least 19 people and leaving one dead, the Associated Press reports.

press conference called by Jason Kessler, a blogger who helped organize Saturday's "Unite the Right" rally. " repeatedly as Kessler took the podium."The hate that you hear around you, that is the anti-white hate that fueled what happened yesterday," Kessler said, speaking behind Charlottesville City Hall.

Kessler said over the shouting that he condemned "any of the violence that happened." He said what unfolded at the rally was a result of an ineffective response by local police "refusing to do their job."Protesters booed as Kessler spoke and some chanted "Get out!

Also on Sunday afternoon, hospital officials said that of the 19 injured who were transported to UVA Medical Center after the incident, 10 were in good condition and nine had been discharged.

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