The center emphasized in the proposal that no matter where the statue went, it would continue to be "an icon of violent white supremacy."
Doles said the breakup of the U.S. is "inevitable." He also remains in contact with well-known white supremacists on social media.
Richard Spencer, one of the most famous white nationalists credited with popularizing the term "alt-right," called the lawsuit "financially crippling."
Some of the country's most well-known white nationalists were accused of organizing the violence the lawsuit said.
The jurors are to decide whether white supremacists, white nationalist organizations and neo-Nazis are responsible for violence during the deadly rally.
Two dozen white nationalists and neo-Nazi groups are accused of conspiring to commit racially-motivated violence in 2017.
"If the police ask how many people we have coming don't tell them," Kessler wrote in a Facebook message to another person on July 18, 2017.
The judge interrupted the white supremacist three times, telling him to "stick to the facts of this case."
The statue was taken down nearly four years after a white supremacist rally against the statue's initial proposed removal turned violent.
The city will remove two Confederate statues nearly four years after a white supremacist rally against their initial proposed removal left three dead.
Attendees at a summer market supporting Black and brown businesses saw openly armed men placing Patriot Front stickers on cars at the event.
"Much of the racial tension, strife and protest we're seeing across the country emanates from right here in Charlottesville," community organizer Don Gathers said. "But now we're moving the needle in a positive way."
Replying to a tweet Tuesday morning, Spencer wrote that he recognized how "ineffective, useless, and traitorous the GOP is," reaffirming his decision to vote for Biden in the November election.
"Your support is 10,000% percent unwelcome here," a Biden campaign spokesperson said.
Augustus Sol Invictus, 36, was an unsuccessful candidate for the Libertarian Party in the Florida Senate race.
Fred C. Arena was arrested Friday after officials claim he lied about his membership in white supremacist hate group Vanguard America in order to obtain a security clearance for his job at the Philadelpha Navy Yard.
When the Veterans Affairs chief diversity officer urged the agency to denounce the "repugnant display of hate and bigotry" in Charlottesville, a White House appointee told her to stand down.
"I heard screeching tires and an engine revving as it sped past me up the street," a photographer said.
On Saturday, Republican Congressman Tom Garrett of Virginia claimed that Russia "fanned the flames" of racial discord that led to violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, one year ago.
The white nationalists were far outnumbered by counterprotesters, and local residents, who packed Washington, D.C., to decry the march.
Two-thirds of Americans disapprove of President Donald Trump's handling of race relations.
Though many, including the President, have accused Antifa of provoking violence, the activists see themselves as the first line of defense against fascism.
The 24-year-old told the court he resorted to the makeshift flamethrower only because police officers were doing nothing to protect the counterprotesters from the right-wing rally.
A Virginia jury has found Jacob Scott Goodwin, 23, guilty of kicking and beating 20-year-old DeAndre Harris during the August 12 rally.
The year 2017 will be remembered as the year Nazis re-emerged as a visible presence in the United States and the word alt-right became a common household term.
"I'm definitely not happy with how he has chosen to drive forward with white supremacy and neo-Nazis," she said in an interview with The Daily Beast.