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Disclosed to the public or has not been made generally available to the public Inventor's name or initials I hereby certify that the invention disclosed in the attached application has not and will not be. Disclosed only to a specified individual or group of individuals Inventor's name or initials<|endoftext|>A week after the tragic events from Charlottesville, Virginia, during a Unite The Right rally, an unidentified man who identified himself as "James Alex Fields Jr." has been charged with second-degree murder after a car allegedly driven down counter-protesters during the event and killed 32-year old Heather Heyer and injured dozens more. Fields is also facing a state charge of malicious wounding. While authorities are still trying to determine a motive in the attack, they have not ruled it any out as a hate crime, as many have, reports WTOP. WTOP's Jim Morrill spoke with the District Attorney of Virginia, Mark Herring, who said the charges are the result of "probable cause that somebody crossed a legal line." "We had some evidence suggesting that this vehicle had participated in violence and we had to prove that beyond a reasonable doubt," Herring said. "The vehicle itself was key in the determination of whether or not that was the case or not." Herring said that the charging documents filed have "nothing to do with the issue of whether this white nationalist or neo-Nazi, whatever you want to say about his views, is a hero or a villain." Instead, he spoke about how a man with a hatred for black people has become a "tragedy." "You have somebody who has been arrested with these very deadly weapons—this thing that killed the two Virginia state troopers—and the evidence shows that this is a man who was intent on killing black people," he said. "And now that he's arrested, we don't have to prove whether or not he's a hero or a villain." The driver of the car, James Alex Fields Jr., of Maumee, Ohio, has been released after appearing for a hearing Monday, despite a judge telling him he should be held without bond, reports local WKYC. Fields, who was arrested after the rally, made his first court appearance on Monday during a magistrate's court in Charlottesville, the scene of violence in August. He will now remain in custody.<|endoftext|>AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas is facing a new legal front in a landmark civil union lawsuit.