Robert King: And Belmont, the thing was do not be caught in Belmont after dark.
Phyllis Leffler: We’ve heard that.
Robert King: Do not be caught in Lee Park after dark. So therefore, I, my first time I had ever put a foot in Lee Park was, it was during this early period. They wanted to get rid of this statue first very early on and we got on a Charlottesville jaunt bus, or a jaunt bus, and we took a tour of all the different locations in the city. And Lee Park was one of them. And I stepped off the bus into Lee Park for the first time in probably 19, 2015, something like that. Twenty-fifteen.
Phyllis Leffler: The first time you were in Lee Park?
Robert King: First time ever. That I would allow myself to go into the park.
Phyllis Leffler: And was that because you would have felt intimidated or angry about the —
Robert King: Intimidated, angry about the fact that that was a place that, which was right across the street from the library that we couldn’t go. We were told not to be there. The nativity scene that was there every year, I never walked up to it. Just looked at it, viewed it from the street. So I mean, that’s just hands on view of looking at what Lee Park was doing to people.