Alex Michael Ramos Found Guilty In Charlottesville

This makes me sick to my stomach:

A Charlottesville jury says a 34-year-old Georgia man is guilty of malicious wounding for his role in the attack on DeAndre Harris.

Jurors in Charlottesville Circuit Court went into deliberations in Alex Michael Ramos’ care shortly before 3:30 p.m Thursday, May 3. They handed down their verdict a little after 4 p.m.

The jury then considered a punishment for Ramos, which entailed possible fines and a sentencing of somewhere between five and 20 years behind bars. The jury came back with a decision around 5:45 p.m., and recommended a six-year sentence with no fine …

Alex Michael Ramos is an interesting case.

He isn’t a “white supremacist” or a “Neo-Nazi” by any stretch of the imagination. He is Puerto Rican member of the Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights who came to Charlottesville to support our First Amendment rights. When he was leaving Lee Park, Ramos also saw Corey Long and DeAndre Harris attack Harold Crews and attempt to steal his Confederate Battle Flag. He intervened to break up the fight and is now facing six years in prison for defending someone who was getting jumped.

The fight happened in front of the Charlottesville Police Department in broad daylight while Charlottesville police officers stood around and watched as Harold Crews was attacked twice. He was attacked by DeAndre Harris with the maglite the first time. A few moments later, he was attacked by an Antifa with a club in the back of the head the second time while another female Antifa attacked another League of the South member returning to his vehicle in the parking garage.

DeAndre Harris was rewarded with $166,000 and was allowed to walk even though he started the whole incident. The Charlottesville Police Department has refused to arrest several of the people who were captured on video committing assaults on August 12th including DeAndre’s associates and the two Antifa who were involved in the brawl at the parking garage. The only people who have been prosecuted were on our side. The only reason there was any violence at all at that parking garage is because the Charlottesville Police Department stood down and allowed anarchy to erupt in the streets.

I hope this gets overturned on appeal. Charlottesville is a joke and is far worse than Jason Kessler ever made it out to be. The local authorities are incapable of protecting the public and coddle mobs of vigilantes who are allowed to roam the streets commit crimes without fear of arrest.

Source: Occidental Dissent

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