Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 394 The Charlottesville Verdict with Glen Allen, Sam Dickson, & Jason KesslerCounter-Currents Radio
Host Greg Johnson welcomed Glen Allen, Sam Dickson, and Jason Kessler to talk about last week’s Charlottesville verdict, plus YOUR QUESTIONS, on the latest episode of Counter-Currents Radio, and it is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
An unjust lawsuit
The Charlottesville verdict
Time and money lost by the defendants
The purpose of the lawsuit
Support for Jason Kessler
Defendants who did not belong in the case
The various charges
The legality of seeking out plaintiffs
The city of Charlottesville and the Virginia Governor guilty of conspiracy
How well did the defendants perform in court?
Healing divides between white nations
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