• Middleburg man found guilty for attacking man at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville


    A fourth man was found guilty for attacking a 20-year-old African-American man in a parking garage during the Unite the Right white nationalist rally in Charlottesville in 2017.

    According to The Washington Post, Tyler Davis, 50, of Middleburg, was once a member of a white nationalist group, the League of the South, but has since renounced white nationalism.

    Davis entered an Alford plea in Charlottesville Circuit Court on a malicious wounding charge. The plea acknowledged that prosecutors have enough evidence to convict him without admitting to the crime. 

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    During the hearing, the judge was told that Davis was seen on video hitting the man on the head with a wooden stick, which gave the man such a large laceration on his head that he needed eight staples, The Washington Post reported. 



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