Charlottesville removes Confederate statues at center of deadly 2017 protest

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    Statues of Confederate generals Robert E Lee and Thomas ‘Stonewall’ Jackson were taken down in the city of Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday, nearly four years after white supremacist protests over plans to remove them led to clashes in which a woman was run down by a car and killed. A small crowd of onlookers cheered as the statue of Lee was hoisted away first, lifted by crane from its stone pedestal and taken away on a flat-bed truck.

    Charlottesville removes Confederate statues that helped spark deadly rally

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