The Atlanta protest was among several around the nation over the weekend that were organized after a chaotic white supremacist rally in Virginia ended with deadly violence.
James Alex Fields Jr, of OH, allegedly drove the vehicle into the counter-protesters, killing Heyer as she crossed the street.
The German government is condemning the white nationalist rally in Virginia that turned violent Saturday, expressing solidarity with peaceful counter-protesters.
Ryan Kelly, a staff photographer for Charlottesville's Daily Progress, snapped photos Saturday as a auto barreled into a crowd of counterprotesters marching against a white nationalist rally.
He has been accused of killing Heather D. Heyer, 32, of Charlottesville, the Post reported.
Fields made comments about being in France and how the people were "different" than he was, McGrath said. The police told media they were holding him on suspicion of second-degree murder, three counts of malicious wounding, and one hit-and-run count.
Fields was arrested Saturday, after hours of violence following a Unite The Right rally.
Web hosting company GoDaddy is evicting a white supremacist site that mocked a Charlottesville, Virginia, victim, calling her a "fat, childless. slut".
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Police have arrested a 30-year-old Polish man - believed to be resident in the United Kingdom - in connection with the kidnapping. The Foreign Office confirmed it was providing assistance to the woman in Italy and is also cooperating with local authorities.
She said that's where Fields grew up.
According to Fields' former high school teacher, Derek Weimer, the student stood out in ninth grade for his "deeply held, radical" beliefs on race.
Heyer dedicated her life to campaigning against hate, friends and family say.
The 32-year-old paralegal wanted to send a clear message to the neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klan sympathizers who planned to stage one of the largest far-right rallies in recent USA history that people abhor their views in the city where she was born, he said.
The man accused of driving a vehicle into a crowd of people protesting a white supremacist rally Saturday in Charlottesville "would proclaim himself as a Nazi", one of his former classmates said. Weber couldn't immediately be reached by The Associated Press. 'I thought it had something to do with Trump.
Deputies say one person is in custody and another person is wanted after they broke into a home on Upward Road. "I told him to be careful", Bloom said, according to the newspaper. "Trump's not a white supremacist".