Congratulations, Goyim, you now live in a country where traditional definitions of crimes no longer matter thanks to the hard work of Jews and Leftists during the last few generations or so.
Once there was a time (I can vaguely recall the days) when first-degree murder entailed detailed planning (premeditation) to the point where nobody could say that the crime was caused by passion/impulsiveness.
If we were to use James Fields as an example, he would have had to sit there in his big, beautiful Dodge Challenger plotting carefully to specifically target the morbidly obese woman in black (Heather Heyer) in order to kill – accidentally causing death has never been typically cited as cause for a first-degree murder charge.
But none of that matters now – leaving our men to rot in the confines of a prison cell is now top priority in many parts of this nation.
An Ohio man accused of killing a woman by plowing his car into a crowd of protesters in Charlottesville, Va., during the summer now faces a first-degree murder charge.
James Alex Fields, 20, appeared in court for a preliminary hearing Thursday, where Charlottesville General District Judge Robert Downer Jr. agreed to prosecutors’ request to upgrade the second-degree murder charge that Fields previously faced.
All other charges against Fields were also certified to proceed. The case will now be presented to a grand jury for a possible indictment.
He’ll be indicted, he’ll be held without bail until his trial, and then God only knows how the situation will proceed.
If previous hearings in the area are any indication, expect Antifa to explicitly intimidate witnesses, jurors, and even defense attorneys without repercussions.
Fields is accused of killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer and injuring dozens more after he allegedly rammed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters Aug. 12 during the Unite the Right rally that erupted into utter chaos and violence.
Fields, who was described by a former teacher as having a keen interest in Nazi Germany and Adolf Hitler, quietly sat in a striped jumpsuit with his hands cuffed during Thursday’s hearing.
His attorney, Denise Lunsford, did not present evidence or make any arguments at the hearing. However, she cross-examined Charlottesville Police Det. Steven Young, asking him if searches of Fields’ computer, phone or social media revealed any evidence that he was part of Vanguard America or any other white nationalist group.
“No,” Young replied.
Young, also testified that he was one of the first police officers to arrive on the scene, and that Fields seemed in shock and cried after learning that someone had died, the New York Post reported.
Shock and tears after learning someone was dead.
This alone should have been enough to halt the attempt to up the charges – the statement indicates that there was no premeditation at work in Fields’ mind.
Evidence showing that Heyer was likely never even touched by the Challenger should also have been included.
And to top it all off, the defense should also have included comments by Heyer’s equally-rotund mother claiming that her daughter passed away from a heart attack and not from blunt force trauma – believe it or not, it often takes quite a lot to kill someone with a vehicle (broken legs, ribs, and collarbones are the most common injuries).
It’s really quite sickening when you realize that if you ever find yourself surrounded by rabid Communists wielding clubs and bats, you may wind up facing life in prison (or death in some states) if you try to utilize self-defense measures.
And it’s even worse when you ponder the reality that no matter how much evidence you have in your legal arsenal, crucifixion will still be allowed to proceed.