Jason Kessler, who organized last year the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., has received to keep the initial approval by the National Park Service, a follow-up rally in Washington, DC
The main co-ordinator of last summer’s ill-fated Unite the Right-wing rally in Charlottesville, Va., allegedly, the first authorisation for a further event gathered planned, the time one-year anniversary of the protest led to one death and numerous injuries.
The new event, for which a permit is not yet issued, would be held in Washington, DC, across from the White house.
Jason Kessler submitted his application for approval of the National Park Service at the beginning of may to protest for a follow-up of the Unite the right, “civil rights, reported the abuse in Charlottesville,” the Washington Post.
The “white civil rights” event for the weekend of Aug planned. 11-12 in Lafayette Square, directly North of the President’s home.
Kessler controversial event in the last August, stoked the anger of the country for the gathering of neo-Nazis and white supremacists of a group, under the pretext of the Protest of the city’s planned removal of a Confederate statue.
Then President Donald Trump has been widely criticized for the fault of “both sides” for the violence.
That unrest led to the death of Heather Heyer, 32, was killed when a driver crashed into a crowd of people. The driver, a 20-year-old Alex fields, Jr., was arrested and charged with second-degree murder.
Kessler later created a Furore by calling Heyer a “fat, disgusting Communist”, whose death was justified. He recanted later, the statement that it is to the influence of alcohol, Ambien, and Xanax.
A park service spokesman said the Agency is in the process of collecting necessary information from Kessler for the grant of permission. The spokesman insisted the Agency will not “pull you presented the content of the message.”
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