Judge dismisses Daughters of Confederacy lawsuit; Chatham Confederate statue will stay down

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PITTSBORO, N.C. — Who owns a century-old Confederate monument and who has the right to determine its future?

That argument, which ended outside the Chatham County Courthouse last month with the statue removed, resumed inside on Monday.

By 4 p.m., Superior Court Judge Susan Bray sided with the county and civil rights groups and dismissed a challenge to the statue’s removal filed by the the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

“I think it is implicit in her ruling that the monument is owned by the Daughters of the Confederacy, not the county,” said Nick Ellis, who argued that point on behalf of the county.


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5 Responses to Judge dismisses Daughters of Confederacy lawsuit; Chatham Confederate statue will stay down

  1. Matt says:

    I would like to see those county commissioners removed in the same manner as the statue, in the dead of the night. We can start with that stupid black, Karen Howard. She’s nothing but a mockingbird mouth with a low IQ that follows whatever the Soy Boy and the Crone say.

    Actually, I don’t care if they go away mad, I just want them to go away.

  2. a follower says:

    Look at the monuments that remain, the ones that many do not even see.
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    Who sees and hears the lie in the quotse below? Babylon problem?
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    “The Soldiers and Sailors Monument is the physical and spiritual heart of Indianapolis.”
    Have you seen all of the Egyptian obelisk?
    Why did the Masons feel it necessary to transplant Cleopatra’s needle in New York?
    Cleopatra’s Needle is the popular name for each of three Ancient Egyptian obelisks re-erected in London, Paris, and New York City during the nineteenth century. The obelisks in London and New York are a pair; the one in Paris is also part of a pair originally from a different site in Luxor, where its twin remains.

    Are any of these false gods being discussed?
    Have a blessed day,& Seek the Truth!

  3. Rabbi Will says:

    Those pagan idols will not be mentioned at all Lon! The people who are seeking to end southern nation culture would gladly bow to those things. And the rest. The ‘believers’ are mostly too ignorant or lazy to even recognize those symbols. thanks for the post

    • a follower says:

      i think people should pay more attn. to these kind of things. It is amazing and eye opening to see what the world truly is when you get right down to it.

  4. Timothy E. Tucker says:

    The “mischief maker” in this case is the JUDGE! Just another UN-elected judicial activist needing tar and feathers and a trip to the edge of town or a local bridge, In my opinion. This is all about who is going to control this country, us or them, I am convinced there is no power sharing or co-existence to be had with tyranny or evil. Choose your side wisely, the enemy is at the gate. TET

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