Scattered, Broke Defendants Make Collecting $26M ‘Unite The Right’ Settlement Difficult

While nine people who sued white nationalist leaders and organizations over the deadly Charlottesville, Virginia rally in 2017 won a $26 million judgment Tuesday, how much of that money will be collected is to be determined, according to The Associated Press.

With several defendants already in prison for a variety of charges and others out of the public view of the white nationalist movement, out of the movement altogether, or in hiding, it’s unclear where much of the money now owed to the people who brought the lawsuit will come from.