DeAndre Harris, Charlottesville Flashlight Attacker and GoFundMe Hoaxer, Acquitted of Assault Charges

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 16, 2018

DeAndre Harris was, like most of the leftist “protesters” in Charlottesville last August, a violent terrorist who came to town to hurt people.

There’s a lot of footage of DeAndre, but here’s the definitive clip – him hitting Harold Crews in the head with a flashlight while another nigger is stealing his flag.

But of course, in Charlottesville, Virginia, blacks walk free while whites rot in jail for imaginary crimes.

Harris attacked multiple people, and when they fought back, defending themselves, they were declared the aggressors and DeAndre did a GoFundMe asking guilted whites for free money because he got beat up. He was given almost $200,000, which he used to buy a Mercedes and make rap music videos.

Washington Post:

A black man brutally beaten at last year’s white supremacist “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville — and who was later charged with assaulting a white nationalist — was acquitted Friday.

DeAndre Harris, 20, a former special education instructional assistant, was found not guilty by Charlottesville General District Court Judge Robert Downer Jr. on a misdemeanor charge of assault and battery against Harold Crews, a North Carolina attorney and state chairman of The League of the South. If Harris had been convicted, he would have faced up to 12 months in jail and a $2,500 fine.

The acquittal is a relief for Harris, who was viciously beaten inside a parking garage next to the city’s police department on Aug. 12, 2017. He suffered a spinal injury and head lacerations that required 10 stitches.

You know if a guy goes around beating people he doesn’t know with flashlights because of their race, it seems like he shouldn’t really be all that surprised if he gets his ass kicked.

But he was, because he wasn’t aware that white people even had the ability to fight back.

Two months later, his legal path took an unexpected turn when Crews filed a police report and then persuaded a Charlottesville magistrate to issue an arrest warrant in October on a felony charge of unlawful wounding, which carries a five-year maximum sentence. The news was cheered online by white nationalists.

Before issuing his ruling Friday, Downer warned the crowd to “restrain” their emotions. As he spoke, it was unclear how he would rule, and many attendees — nearly all of them Harris supporters — looked worried.

The judge also condemned both the white supremacists and the counterprotesters.

“The behavior I’ve seen is appalling,” he said. “I can say this without question — that there was bad behavior all around.”

He also defended Crews. “I didn’t see that he did anything wrong that day at all.”

In the end, the judge declared Harris not guilty because he did not intend to hit Crews and was trying to defend his friend.

“I cannot find beyond a reasonable doubt that [Harris] intended to hit Mr. Crews with [the flashlight].”

Oh come on now, bro.

Did you see the clip?

He smashed him right in the head with it.

And why was he carrying a flashlight in the first place???

He also had a baseball bat!

The judge should have had the integrity to just say “I’m not going to punish this man for this attack because he’s black.”

After he said the words “not guilty” the audience erupted. They considered Harris the only real victim what happened that day.

Video of Harris’s beating tore through the Internet. The sheer ferocity of the assault heightened the public outcry over the rally that also included the death of 32-year-old Heather Heyer, a counterprotester who was allegedly run over by white supremacist, James Alex Fields Jr., 20. The rally was organized by white nationalists to oppose the removal of a Robert E. Lee statue from Emancipation Park.

That is also fake and we have footage of it – Heyer fell on the ground and had a heart attack, having never been touched by Fields’ car. Everyone knows that, the footage has been on the internet for months with Heyer identified, and her mother has said in interviews that she died of a heart attack.

She was morbidly obese.

But the media just keeps reporting that she was hit by a car.

Will they convict Fields despite evidence in the way they are letting Harris off despite evidence?