'Let Them Fight, It Will Make It Easier to Declare An Unlawful Assembly': C-ville Police Chief Ordered Stand DownChris Menahan
Dec. 01, 2017
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According to a bombshell new 220-page report, Charlottesville police chief Al Thomas ordered police to stand down at the "Unite the Right" rally in August because he said it would "make it easier to declare an unlawful assembly."
“Let them fight.” That directive from the police chief as the violence started to unfold was only part of the massive failure of the response to the “Unite the Right rally” in Charlottesville, according to a searing 220-page report by an independent review team released Friday.
When things began to escalate, with white supremacist groups openly clashing with antifa and other counterprotesters, Charlottesville police leadership responded sluggishly, according to the report.If you search "Charlottesville police stand down" on Google as of today, the top two results are "fact checkers" proclaiming there was no stand down because the police chief said so and any claim to the contrary is "false."
It turns out there was a stand down as your's truly reported right after the event and it was done specifically to "make it easier to declare an unlawful assembly."
The report also found a 'counter-protester' started the infamous Charlottesville parking garage fight.
As the Daily Caller reports:
According to the report, review of the “open source video footage” of the parking garage confrontation shows that “a counter-protester attempted to yank a flag away from a Unite The Right demonstrator who resisted and fought back… During that struggle, a second counter-protester named Deandre Harris rushed in and used a club—possibly a Maglite flashlight—to strike the Alt-Right demonstrator’s head or shoulder.”Deandre Harris raised $166,000 on GoFundMe after claiming he was "beaten by white supremacists" for no reason.
You can see Harris attacking a man with an alleged Maglite flashlight -- which he was carrying in broad daylight -- in the video below:
After raising heaps of cash off gullible liberals, Harris released a music video on YouTube featuring himself driving a new Mercedes Benz and flaunting piles of cash.
Harris was served a warrant for alleged unlawful wounding and turned himself in October 12th only to be immediately released on an unsecured bond.
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