A self-described member of the Ku Klux Klan is facing hate crime charges after he drove his vehicle into a crowd of protesters in Virginia on Sunday. Henry H. Rogers, 36, was driving recklessly down the median on Lakeside Avenue in Richmond in the vicinity of the protest, then he drove his pickup truck (right) to the protesters, revved the engine and plowed into the group, according to authorities. Virginia’s prosecutor said Monday she is investigating whether hate crimes charges are appropriate against Rogers, who reportedly described himself as the highest ranking member of the KKK in the state, not to be incarcerated. His girlfriend said he went to the protest to make sure an A.P. Hill Confederate statue (inset) wasn’t damaged.
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SOURCE: Mail Online