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    Confederate Monument Defaced With Anti-White Messages



    This crime took place on the 8th of November 2009. We've heard nothing about this crime from any news outlets or alleged civil rights "watch dog" groups. -- Ed.

    The large Confederate monument on Broad Street in downtown Augusta has been defaced tonight by someone who spray painted anti-white messages.

    The Richmond County Sheriff's Office has responded, and witnesses at the scene in the 700 block of Broad told a Chronicle reporter they noticed someone spray painting the landmark at about 8:30 p.m.
    Messages were marked in black and include the words black power, I hate whites and cracker killers as well as an obscenity against whites in large letters
    http://www.wvwnews.net/story.php?id=8187

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    This article may be 12 years old and unreachable, but the concerns are still with us. I have mixed feelings about the sides taken in the Civil War, but oppose wanton destruction of our heritage on either side. Living here with roots in Kentucky, also family from Rhode Island and Georgia, I feel an equilibrium alien to others in the States, who feel it necessary to 'pick a side' against the other. I liked going to Stone Mountain in Georgia. The closest I have been to anywhere on the other side of that conflict, was a school field trip to the Harriet Beecher Stowe House (near the Mark Twain House I preferred) in Connecticut and I hate that woman as well as her book. I would much rather watch Birth of a Nation than read Uncle Tom's Cabin!

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