While nine major cities brace for rallies this weekend, victims of James Alex Fields Jr. -- the man who is accused in the horrific death of Heather Heyer in Charlottesville last weekend -- have filed lawsuits. Tadrint and Micah Washington filed a lawsuit just days after the mayhem in Charlottesville. Also charged are organizers of the event, including David Duke, Richard Spencer, and Jason Kessler. According to the lawsuit, Fields plowed into Washington's car, thereby causing the chain reaction that led to the death of Heather Heyer and the injury of 19 others.

Accordingly, major cities are scrambling to understand how to navigate the demonstrations scheduled in their cities and the potential danger that may occur. Concurrently, Trump remains under fire for his lukewarm stand against the groups that are instigating the violence.

Lawsuits filed in connection with the events in Charlottesville

Fields has been charged with second-degree murder and malicious wounding. According to filed documents, the Washingtons were waiting for pedestrians to cross the street when Fields rammed into their car. The Washingtons claim that they were not there to protest, nor were they involved in the day's rallies. Nonetheless, the actions of those named in the suit and the subsequent mayhem left them injured and their car covered in blood.

Rallies to protest Google

Meanwhile, nine major cities are bracing for similar rallies this weekend. alt-right groups plan to hold rallies for free speech and to protest Google's firing an employee for his outspoken views. Google fired James Damore after he wrote a memo that claimed that Google hires and promotes its employees based on race and gender.

Damore stated that he is "pursuing legal remedies" against Google.

The "March for Google" rallies are expected to take place in Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Los Angeles, Mountain Park, New York, Pittsburgh, Seattle, and Washington D.C.

On another front, Daily Stormer lost control of their domain. Both GoDaddy and Google's domain service have refused the company service; citing a post on the site attacking Heather Heyer.

Daily Stormer is an American Neo-Nazi and white supremacist news website. It managed to get back online by registering with a Russian domain service. The site has few views historically, prompting some to fear that the actions of Google and GoDaddy will end up spotlighting the website instead of hindering it.