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    Protesters accused of toppling a Confederate statue in downtown Durham in August may avoid felony charges, a group supporting the activists, Defend Durham, held a press conference following the court hearing

Protesters accused of toppling a Confederate statue in downtown Durham in August may avoid felony charges, a group supporting the activists, Defend Durham, held a press conference following the court hearing Bernard Thomas bthomas@heraldsun.com
Protesters accused of toppling a Confederate statue in downtown Durham in August may avoid felony charges, a group supporting the activists, Defend Durham, held a press conference following the court hearing Bernard Thomas bthomas@heraldsun.com

Attorney says felonies dropped against those charged with toppling Confederate statue

November 14, 2017 06:00 AM