The man, who was arrested the anniversary weekend of last year's deadly white nationalist rally in Virginia, filed a criminal charge after a woman called him a "Nazi" following his court appearance.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — A woman who was previously fined $5 for yelling curses at the organizer of last year’s deadly white nationalist rally in Virginia has been barred from threatening a different man arrested the weekend of the rally’s anniversary.
The Daily Progress cites court documents that say John Miska filed a criminal charge for abusive language against Donna Gasapo, who he said called him a “Nazi” following his Sept. 28 court appearance. A judge found Gasapo not guilty Monday, but issued a two-year protective order preventing her from threatening Miska.
Miska was charged with a misdemeanor for failing to comply with restrictions imposed on the Downtown Mall on the Unite the Right rally’s one-year anniversary.
Gasapo was previously fined for yelling at Jason Kessler. A judge said she violated Virginia’s anti-dueling statute.
Information from: The Daily Progress, http://www.dailyprogress.com