CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (WWBT) - A man who said he was beaten during the violent rallies in Charlottesville last summer was found not guilty Friday for a charge of unlawful wounding on that day.
While two men were charged in connection to the beating, Harris had been accused of unlawful wounding.
The commonwealth argued that Harris struck Harold Ray Crews on the back of the head.
The defense argued that Harris did not hit Crews, but rather the defendant was trying to strike a flag pole Crews was holding.
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