Virginia: Judge Richard Moore, after reviewing a Monument Fund lawsuit to stop the Charlottesville City Council from removing the statues of General Robert E. Lee and General “Stonewall” Jackson, ruled that they were war memorials, protected under Virginia law, and cannot be removed. -GEG
Monuments to Confederate generals like the ones that sparked
protests in Charlottesville, Virginia are memorials to war veterans and
as such are protected by state law and cannot be removed, a court has
For decades there have been calls throughout the US for removal of Confederate monuments, which some argue glorify the cause of white supremacy by honoring those who defended the institution of slavery during the American Civil War. Efforts to erase the controversial memorials in Charlottesville have intensified since hundreds of alleged white supremacists descended on the city in August 2017 to defend the Southern symbols from destruction, claiming they are part of the cultural heritage of the United States.
But despite calls to get rid of two downtown statues of General
Robert E. Lee and General Thomas Johnathan “Stonewall” Jackson, a
Charlottesville judge ruled that Confederate memorials cannot be
removed, as they are protected by the state.
“These statues are monuments and memorials to Lee and Jackson,” Judge Richard Moore ruled Monday after examining a Monument Fund lawsuit filed in February 2017
to stop the Charlottesville City Council from removing the two statues.
The defendants in the case argued that the statues were not war
memorials, and therefore cannot be protected under Virginia law.
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Cal Washington says he has won all kinds of legal challenges ranging from speeding tickets to tax liens. At the Red Pill Expo, he is prepared to show his method. He says that mayors, city councilmen, and even heads of corporations have resigned their positions within a few days of receiving his Notice of Liability.
Homeland Security is allowing 100% of migrant adults traveling with children across the border to be released into the interior of the US. Within four to six weeks, the adults are given work permits allowing them to take American jobs.
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May revealed she would be staying on as Prime Minister until her replacement is selected, which could take weeks or months, depending on how the election runs. Nigel Farage’s Brexit party is predicted to win.
The Navy is soliciting contractors for bids for a project that would collect a massive 350 billion social media posts dating from 2014 through 2016 across at least 100 countries and multiple languages.
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