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But the post, which appears to get its roots from an imageboard site that has spawned countless memes and conspiracy theories, is based on inaccurate information. A statement from the city of Charlottesville said the Challenger rear-ended a sedan, which in turn hit a minivan, pushing the minivan into an intersection filled with pedestrians.
"The Dodge Challenger fled the scene, but was located and stopped a short time later by Charlottesville Police," the statement read. Fields was photographed at the Charlottesville rally, and news reports said he had told his mother in Ohio that he was going there.
We checked vehicle records and found that it did once belong to Jerome Vangheluwe, who bought it in 2009.
The post said the Challenger actually belonged to a Michigan man named Jerome Vangheluwe (pronounced "vangelloway," with a hard g), who had a son named Joel Vangheluwe, who was "a known Antifa supporter." Antifa is shorthand for antifascist demonstrators that organize on the local level to protest far-right causes, often resorting to violence.Micro Strategy founder Michael Saylor and MC Dean CEO Bill Dean were but two of the philanthropists who purchased ,000 tables for the occasion, which also each boasted a bottomless bottle of Moet & Chandon Imperial champagne in addition to prime front row seats and a catered gourmet dinner.