After Heather’s death, pictures were circulating of an obese woman in a teal shirt on the hood of the car in front of Fields’ Challenger. Many people have assumed that this was Heather.[/Quote]
However, they are, in fact, two different women.
It’s understandable why someone would confuse this woman for Heather Heyer: she’s overweight, White, and in the direct vicinity of where Heather died. Moreover, we have been led to believe that Heather Heyer was hit by Fields’ car, so it would be natural to assume that this was her.
But if that wasn’t Heather on the hood of the grey car, where was she during all of this?
Thanks to some impressive sleuthing, a number of Twitter users have been able to locate her.
In the following picture, a witness to the crash confirms that the woman in this picture died. Given that only one person died in Charlottesville, it is obvious that this is Heather Heyer.[/quote]
Still, it’s strange that the people who were thrown in the air after being hit by Fields – including the woman in teal – survived, but Heather did not. And as Hunter Wallace pointed out, it’s rare for people blocking traffic like this to die.
If Heather’s autopsy reveals that she died from a heart attack unrelated to the crash, will the Left’s “neo-Nazi terrorist” narrative be lessened?[/quote]