They say Tenbrink fired one shot, hitting the building behind the victim. At some point later that night, William Fears, 30, Colton Fears, 28, and Tyler Tenbrink, 28, were arrested. They have been charged with attempted murder. Tenbrink, who detectives said "willfully and willingly fired a deadly weapon" with the "intent to kill", also faces charges of possession of a firearm by convicted felon.
The men then fled the scene in the Jeep but were shortly pulled over by deputies. The protester was able to provide the license plate number to police, and officers put out an attempt to locate bulletin on the vehicle. The investigation remains ongoing, Tobias said. This was an fantastic team effort by everyone involved'.
Tenbrink admitted to the shooting once in custody.
"I guarantee that wherever I am, whatever circumstances may arise, the Alt-Right shall enjoy the right to free speech", Bristow said Sunday.
Colton and William Fears are being held on $1 million bond.
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'Us coming in and saying we're taking over your town, we're starting to push back, we're starting to want to intimidate back. But at the end of the day, we're not opposed to defending ourselves'. This led to an escalated confrontation, followed by a gun shot from one of the racialists. "It's always the left that brings the violence".
Spencer began by thanking the some 500 police officers who secured the event, as well as the University of Florida's president for allowing the event to proceed. Bristow claims in the statement that he helped the American Civil Liberties Union when it sued to allow a "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August that led to deadly violence when 20-year-old white nationalist James Field Jr., of OH, struck and killed a protester with his vehicle. About 15 white men, all dressed in white shirts and khaki trousers, raised their hands when Spencer asked who identified with the "alt-right".
Three of Richard Spencer's supporters were arrested after he spoke in Florida. Fears told NBC that Spencer's speech will "normalize the idea for white people to have an identity, to advocate for their own interests and to advocate for our own existence".
The chants included "F**k you Spencer" and "Black Lives Matter".