Violent Clashes Turn Deadly In Charlottesville During White Nationalist Rally

Christopher Cantwell, a co-organizer of the neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was crying in a YouTube video talking about his possible arrest

  • He's wanted for illegal use of tear gas or other gases and one count of malicious bodily injury with a 'caustic substance,' explosive or fire

  • Cantwell said Tuesday he plans to turn himself in within 24 hours in the 'most appropriate and safe manner possible'

  • The white supremacist 

    was featured in a documentary about Charlottesville 

  • Cantwell told Vice documentary makers he hopes somebody 'more racist' and 'capable' than the president comes along 

  • In the YouTube video, Cantwell admits to taking part in violence, but claimed that it was in self-defense  

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    Published: 14:39 BST, 23 August 2017 | Updated: 15:07 BST, 23 August 2017


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