Confederate monument move still on hold 2 years later

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(Daily Advance) Moving the Confederate monument from the Pasquotank County Courthouse to private property in Nixonton is still on hold two years after county commissioners voted to move it.
Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Jerry Tillett issued a preliminary injunction last October halting the monument’s move in response to a lawsuit filed last July by the Col. William F. Martin Camp 1521 Sons of Confederate Veterans.
County Manager Sparty Hammett said Friday that injunction is still in place.
Tillett first stayed the monument’s movement last July until the state Supreme Court hears a case the N.C. Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy filed against the city of Winston-Salem. The UDC suit is asking for the return of a statue of a Confederate soldier that was removed from downtown Winston-Salem….Read the rest