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An ex-Mason Excessive College pupil was sentenced to over three years in jail Monday for maliciously wounding a black man through the 2017 white supremacist “Unite the Proper” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Charlottesville Circuit Decide Richard Moore sentenced Daniel Borden, 20, to a few years and 10 months in jail for beating DeAndre Harris with a 6-foot picket board in a parking construction close to the College of Virginia through the rally.

The assault was captured on video and sparked nationwide outcry.

 

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