The jury remained deadlocked on two main claims, but decided to force the white nationalist defendants to fork over six-figure sums.
Lawyers for Charlottesville community members highlighted private messages among neo-Nazis and white supremacists ahead of the 2017 rally.
Cantwell, 39, is also expected to face a civil trial for his role in the white supremacist violence that engulfed Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017.
Cantwell has harassed and threatened people for years since participating in 2017's deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
"We're not nonviolent," Cantwell said in a Vice News documentary. "We'll f**king kill these people if we have to."
"I'm a goddamn human being."
“I’m terrified,” says Christopher Cantwell in a new video, apparently addressing police. “I’m afraid you’re going to kill me. I really am.”