Judge to decide if Pensacola Confederate monument should be reinstalled

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(Pensacola News Journal) – A hearing in the Pensacola Confederate monument case later this month is poised to decide if Pensacola will be ordered to put its Confederate monument back up immediately, even before the lawsuit over its removal is decided.

The group suing Pensacola over the removal of its Confederate monument filed an updated motion on Monday asking an Escambia County Circuit Court judge to order the city to restore the monument immediately for allegedly violating a 2020 temporary restraining order.

Save Southern Heritage Inc. Florida Chapter, Ladies Memorial Association, the Stephen Mallory Camp 1315 Sons of Confederate Veterans and others sued Pensacola and the state of Florida in state court the same day the Pensacola City Council voted to remove themonument in July 2020 and rename the park where it stood to Florida Square.

Three days after the lawsuit was filed, a judge issued a temporary restraining order prohibiting the city from blocking or removing the monument…

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