(When is a monument not just a monument? When the person it memorializes is buried there. That makes it a grave. Then there’s a whole lot more laws for cultural-marxists to ignore – DD)
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Richmond judge to rule on AP Hill monument removal petition next month
(Culpepper Star-Exponent) The last city-owned Confederate statue standing in Richmond could soon be moved after a circuit court judge Thursday listened to arguments regarding the city’s petition to remove it.
While the city took down the rest of its Confederate monuments two years ago, a court order is required under state law for the city to move the A.P. Hill monument at Laburnum Avenue and Hermitage Road because the general is buried inside its plinth.
Several indirect descendants of the Confederate officer, who are challenging the city’s plans, made their case in court Thursday. At the end of the hearing, Richmond Circuit Court Judge David Eugene Cheek Sr. said he will take the petition and arguments against it under advisement for the next 30 days.
The dispute is centered on the city’s plans to donate the monument to the Black History Museum & Cultural Center of Virginia and relocate the general’s remains to Fairview Cemetery in Culpeper…Read the rest