California woman charged with attempted murder after she drove her car through the pro-Trump protest

A 40-year-old California lady, part of the “Caravan for Justice” protest, has been charged with attempted murder after she supposedly drove her vehicle through the pro-Trump counter-protest on Saturday, injuring two individuals. Tatiana Turner was set up for the Orange County Jail for attempted murder and attack with a destructive weapon after she passed through the gathering of Trump supporters outside the Yorba Linda Public Library around 3 p.m. A man and a lady were hospitalized with serious wounds yet are relied upon to endure.

The first Caravan for Justice rally, arranged by the Urban Organizers Coalition against cops mercilessness, social injustice and fundamental bigotry, was planned for 2 p.m. on Saturday. Trump supporters at that point counter-planned their own meeting for a similar time at a similar area. Orange County cops said physical squabbles broke out between the two gatherings during thirty minutes, including a utilization of pepper spray by an individual. Authorities requested the two gatherings to scatter and pronounced an unlawful get together. Soon after the request, Turner supposedly drove her vehicle through the rest of the Trump supporters.