Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke to pay $5K to man hurt at Virginia rally

Associated Press/January 23, 2020

Columbus, Ohio -- An Ohio man is receiving $5,000 in a judgment against former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke as part of a lawsuit the man filed against white supremacists and neo-Nazi protesters.

Bill Burke, of Athens, Ohio, says he suffered severe injuries during a 2017 rally in Virginia two years ago.

Burke says he was struck by a car driven by James Alex Fields Jr., in a crash that killed a counter-protester during the rally.

Duke's lawyer says Duke denies allegations that he promotes violence.

Burke's lawyer called the judgment a step in the right direction against white supremacy.

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