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Organizer of the 'Unite the Right' rally is punched and tackled to the ground as he gives a press conference

Organizer of the 'Unite the Right' rally is punched and tackled to the ground as he gives a press conference --Jason Kessler explained that he had applied and was granted a permit to assemble yesterday but earlier this week, the city ordered Saturday's rally to be relocated to a larger one --'They rescinded permission,' he said. 'We fought them in federal court and we beat them in federal court. (But) it upended all our security arrangements' --'The denial of first amendment rights... led to the political violence that happened yesterday,' he said --Also blamed police who he said 'refused to do their job' and failed to 'follow through with security' measures --Kessler was saved by the cops who rushed him to the safety of a local police station | 13 Aug 2017 | The organizer of the yesterday's Unite the Right rally was mobbed as he tried to give a press conference blaming the city and cops for the death of a woman protesting the march. Jason Kessler, who was behind the march that turned violent yesterday, leaving one dead and at least 19 injured, was punched and tackled to the ground after the surrounding crowd at his presser turned nasty. The alt-right leader had spoken for mere minutes before he was surrounded by an angry mob outside City Hall in Charlottesville, Virginia.