Susan Bro, mom of Heather Heyer, spoke out from the president in her own first interview since her daughter’s dying in August.
Bro was requested about President Donald Trump‘s culpability in her daughter’s murder through the Daily Animal. Bro stated that, “I&rsquom beginning arrive at that conclusion while he certainly pushes forward a hateful agenda.”
Heyer was wiped out while protesting a neo-Nazi and white-colored supremacy rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, this was organized underneath the auspices of supporting Confederate statues. On Saturday, August. 12, James Alex Fields Junior., a 20-year-old Nazi sympathizer from Ohio, drove his vehicle right into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing Heyer.
Following the rally, Trump was panned for his response, which many considered a tacit endorsement of white supremacy. In her own new interview, Bro states she doesn’t wish to speak with Tump: “He doesn&rsquot bother to consider before speaks, or very calculatedly is attempting to control many of us.”
Now, Bro states she will’t even disclose the place of her daughter’s resting spot to close buddies, from fear this news can get out and-right activists will look for Heyer: &ldquoIt&rsquos an indicator of hate in society that you ought to need to safeguard your son or daughter&rsquos grave, for Pete&rsquos sake. So, I&rsquom protecting my child now.&rdquo
Ultimately, though, Bro holds Fields responsible for her daughter’s dying: “Nobody made him do anything whatsoever. I understand he claims he felt threatened. The only real time everyone was attacking his vehicle was as he drove right into a crowd, and individuals were attacking his vehicle while he was driving over surface of them. He wasn’t under any attack until he drove in to the crowd.”
An initial hearing for Fields, who had been billed with second-degree murder, has been held today in Charlottesville.
Read the Daily Animal‘s whole interview here.