CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A 3rd man has been found guilty in the beating of a black man who sustained very severe injuries the day white nationalists held a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Various news sources report that Ohio native Daniel Borden, 19, entered an Alford plea Monday to one account of malicious wounding in the assault of DeAndre Harris.
Such a plea means although Borden did not admit he was guilty of the crime, he acknowledged that prosecutors had sufficient evidence to convict him.
The August 12 beating of Harris in a Charlotesville parking garage was captured in a number of photos and videos and quickly spread on social media.
Borden’s plea comes after the conviction of two other men. A fourth man is awaiting trial.