Protesters tried to disrupt the meeting of the city Council of Charlottesville

A group of protesters tried to disrupt the first after the riots meeting of the city Council of Charlottesville. It is reported The New Tork Times.

The meeting was more than 100 activists and residents of the city. They shouted “Shame!” and “Close!”, in protest against the inaction of the Council and the police during the clashes. As a result, the mayor mark Sayner adjourned, and the members of the city Council left the room. Taking advantage of their absence, protesters unfurled at the Department for the presentations, the poster with the words “Blood on your hands”.

The meeting was resumed only after the police removed the protesters. Three activists received warnings for improper conduct.

12 August in Charlottesville, Virginia, neo-Nazis held a spontaneous torchlight procession, requiring local authorities to refuse demolition of the monument to Confederate General Robert Edward Lee. After that, the city erupted in riots, which injured 15 people.

Later on the March against the actions of the far right into the crowd at high speed drove the car. In result one person was lost, 19 more have got wounds. On the same day on the outskirts of the city fell, a police helicopter, killing two people. Authorities have linked the incident to earlier events.

The President of the United States Donald trump condemned the violence, but spoke out against the demolition of monuments. He also accused the media of trying to rewrite history.