Black man beaten in Charlottesville turns self in on warrant

Man beaten during Charlottesville rally surrenders to face wounding warrant

Charlottesville Police Charge DeAndre Harris with Unlawful Wounding

A third person has been arrested in the August beating of a black man at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, authorities said Wednesday.

According to a statement from Charlottesville Police, Harris turned himself in Thursday morning, was served with the warrant for unlawful wounding, was brought before a magistrate, and released on an unsecured bond.

Merritt, who told The Washington Post that the charge against Harris was "clearly retaliatory", said Wednesday that arrangements are being made for Harris to surrender to police.

Photos and video of Mr Harris being attacked by white men at the 12 August event were widely shared online.

Three men, Daniel Borden, Alex Ramos and Jacob Goodwin have been charged in connection with the beating.

Another individual alleged that Mr Harris attacked him, prompting the warrant on Tuesday.

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The victim went to the magistrate's office, presented the facts of what occurred and attempted to obtain the warrant. His head wound is pictured left.

Daniel Borden, 18, of OH, and Alex Michael Ramos, 33, of Georgia, were also charged with malicious wounding last month in connection with the attack. Both are being held without bond.

A black man who was beaten at a far-right rally in Virginia has turned himself in to be formally charged in connection with the incident.

Lt. Steve Upman, a spokesman for police in Charlottesville, said Goodwin is charged with malicious wounding in the in the August 12 beating.

'I was there because, pretty much, I'm a conservative, ' he said.

Harris is expected to appear in Charlottesville General District Court on Friday, Oct. 13.

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