KKK Man Gets Three Years For Driving Into BLM Crowd

The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports:

A Hanover County man who told police he was a high-ranking member of the Ku Klux Klan was sentenced Tuesday to three years and eight months in jail for driving through a crowd of protesters in Henrico County last summer.

Harry Rogers, 37, pleaded guilty last week to five misdemeanors: three counts of assault, and one count each of destruction of property and hit and run. Each charge carried a penalty of up to a year in jail.

On Tuesday, Henrico Circuit Judge L.A. Harris Jr. sentenced Rogers to one year on each of the three assault charges, and to 12 months with eight months suspended on each of the other two charges.

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