Virginia police issue warrant for black man brutally assaulted by neo-Nazis in Charlottesville
— WCPO (@WCPO) October 9, 2017
Lt. Stephen Upman said an alleged victim went to the magistrate’s office to describe the events leading up to a violent assault against Harris at the East Market Street parking garage. Video of that assault went viral in the aftermath of the violent white supremacist rally earlier this year.
According to police, Harris is wanted for unlawful wounding; he is accused of attacking one of the men who participated in his assault. Two of his attackers were charged with malicious wounding in September.
Watch video of the attack below, via Twitter:
— ChuckModi (@ChuckModi1) August 12, 2017