'Street War': Charlottesville Documentary Shows How Police Stood DownChris Menahan
Aug. 22, 2017
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A new Charlottesville documentary, which is far superior to the one from VICE, shows how police stood down while antifa attacked alt-right rally-goers and both sides duked it out in the streets.
The documentary from News2Share's Ford Fischer features tons of great footage from the event and shows what actually went down through two men's cameras. It's a stark contrast with the heavily edited, sensationalist garbage from VICE and the rest of the fake news media.
"See the tragic, violent events of August 11th through 13th, 2017 in Charlottesville through the lens of News2Share. Filmed by Ford Fischer (with additional footage by Alejandro Alvarez), this documentary takes you into the center of the fighting featuring exclusive interviews with all sides of the chaos surrounding 'Unite the Right.' Viewer discretion is strongly advised for violence and racist/vulgar language."
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