Charlottesville KKK Rally Counterprotesters Due Back in Court in December
Three counterprotesters from the KKK rally that took place in Charlottesville on July 8 will have to wait until December to have their court cases heard.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - Three counterprotesters at the July 8 KKK rally will have to wait until December to have their court cases heard.
Diego Trujillo and Naomi Benderski are charged with illegally wearing a mask in public.
Jordan Romeo is charged with assaulting a police officer.
All three were in Charlottesville General District Court on October 26 and are due back on December 28.