That meant a state of emergency being declared in Gainesville by Gov. Rick Scott, the influx of more than 1,000 law enforcement officers to watch over almost 2,500 demonstrators and a virtual suspension of normal campus life - not to mention the outsize attention Spencer craves. The other two assailants, brothers William Fears, 30, and Colton Fears, 28, encouraged Tenbrink to shoot at the protesters.
According to The Los Angeles Times, the three men defended Spencer's message while counter-protesters passionately showed their disdain for the white nationalist leader's ideas proposing a white ethnostate.
"The University values freedom of speech", Ohio State attorney Michael Carpenter wrote in Friday's rejection letter.
The Fears brothers are each being held on $1 million bond. He fired a single shot, police say, missing the group and striking a nearby building.
Just before 9 p.m.an off-duty Alachua County Sheriff's deputy who had worked the Spencer event earlier saw the men's vehicle. The protester was able to provide the license plate number to police, and officers put out an attempt to locate bulletin on the vehicle.
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Before Spencer's speech on Thursday, the Gainesville Sun actually interviewed William Fears about why he drove from Houston to hear an advocate of ethnic cleansing lecture college students about free speech. He is also being charged as a felon in possession of a firearm, police said. "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".
Three of Richard Spencer's supporters were arrested after he spoke in Florida.
"For anyone who holds controversial viewpoints I think this is probably a little bit reassuring or at least should be that UF took more of the right steps in this situation", Kruth said.
It was Spencer's first major public appearance since an August rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, which devolved into violent clashes and left one dead.
Before the shooting occurred, William Fears claimed that only one side was responsible for violence when protests arise.