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Charlottesville Victim's Dad Forgives Her Killer, Because "People Need To Stop Hating"

17 August 2017

Saturday's auto crash after the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va. has left many people mourning the loss of Heather Heyer. "She wanted to put down hate. for that I am truly proud of my daughter". "Well, guess what? You just magnified her", Bro said. "If I understand her, she would want to do it peacefully". She promised that this moment "is just the beginning of Heather's legacy".

"You have to find in your heart that spark of accountability". "I'll tell you - it was something that I really appreciated". "You poke that finger at yourself like Heather would've done, and you make it happen". A lot of you go that extra mile. "What is there that I can do to make the world a better place?" she said, asking everyone to speak out against inequality. Counter protesters, including Heather Heyer, met the multi-state gathering of hundreds in the alt-right movement.

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Susan Bro, the mother of Heather Heyer, has a powerful message for the people who killed her daughter.

On Sunday, the large crowd sought to mourn Heyer as people surrounded a large vigil of pictures, notes, and flowers, vowing to honor her memory by continuing to act against racism and bigotry. "They don't know what they're doing,".I include myself in that in forgiving the guy who did this'.

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Speaking to the media, the mother of Fields, Samantha Bloom, said he had told her he was attending a rally but she thought it was in support of President Trump, rather than white nationalists. "I expected her to come in today".

"All I remember is Heather's passion", he said.

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"People need to stop hating, and they need to forgive each other", Mark Heyer said.

Ms Correa, who has set up a fund to raise money for her friend's family, said there was no difference between Ms Heyer and someone who died in the September 11 2001 attacks.

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Charlottesville Victim's Dad Forgives Her Killer, Because