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The Charlottesville Police Department released 17 minutes of body camera footage of a Wednesday arrest on the Downtown Mall after many community members questioned an officer’s use of force caught on video by an onlooker. In the video, a 36-year-old man identified as Christopher Gonzalez is seen being kicked by the arresting officer and taken to the ground with an arm around his neck following an altercation.
James Fields Jr., the avowed neo-Nazi who drove his car into a crowd of counter-protestors during the Unite the Right rally in August 2017, killing Charlottesville resident Heather Heyer and injuring dozens of others, plans to appeal his state conviction at the intermediate appellate court level. His attorney filed the appeal Monday.
Below are excerpts from interviews The Cavalier Daily conducted with this year’s Student Council presidential candidates — third-year College student Ellie Brassachio and first-year Curry student Arabella Lee. The excerpts in this compilation have been edited for length and clarity.
A female University student reported a robbery and sexual assault Wednesday night, according to an alert sent to the University community and press releases from the Charlottesville Police Department. The victim told the University Police Department a man she did not know struck her in the face, sexually assaulted her and stole her wallet and other items around 9:33 p.m. Wednesday.
On the one-year anniversary of a violent torchlit white supremacist rally at U.Va., University President Jim Ryan acknowledged the wide-ranging impacts the events had on the community and apologized to the counter-protesters who were attacked by white supremacists near the Jefferson statue last August.
President-elect James E. Ryan’s transition will be accompanied by key changes in the University’s administrative leadership, according to a community-wide email Monday morning. Ryan said he is forming two committees this spring to search for a new University provost and chief operating officer.
Below are excerpts from interviews The Cavalier Daily conducted with this year’s Student Council Vice President for Administration candidates — third-year Curry student Al Ahmed and third-year College student Sydney Bradley. You can find their full interviews below. The excerpts have been edited for length and clarity.
Excerpts from interviews with the Student Council presidential candidates