In advance of the filing this week of two authoritative reports on what happened in Charlottesville on Aug. 12, a city councilor says he has his own investigative report on the police response to what unfolded that day.
In an interview Wednesday, Bob Fenwick, who has shared his videos and a narrative report about the rally on the website august12.space, said he takes exception to recent comments James W. Baker, the director of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, made about the city’s handling of the rally.
The association is assisting a state task force created in response to the failed white nationalist rally that took a deadly turn. Former federal prosecutor Tim Heaphy on Friday will present a report commissioned by the city, and a state review ordered by the Gov. Terry McAuliffe will also be submitted to state officials.