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NC law hampers Confederate monument removal

At the Onslow County Courthouse entrance on Old Bridge Street stands a pedestal, mounted by a pyramid of cannonballs, as a monument to the Confederate dead. Many residents of the county are calling for it to come down.But the county is having to jump some legal hoops as it figures out how accede to their wishes”It was placed there for no other reason than intimidation,” Al Burgess, former NAACP president and current president of ACTION-PAC, who is leading a petition […]
Source: The Jacksonvill Daily News

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