Police chief resigns, officer fired after bodycam shows them using racial slurs

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I'll have the latest on Channel 2 at 11 pm. pic.twitter.com/CVm3mTJrw3— Brad Nitz (@BradNitzWSB) January 29, 2021nn”,”_id”:”https://twitter.com/BradNitzWSB/status/1354981905066827776″,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1612052164912},”provider_name”:”Twitter”,”height”:null},”type”:”oembed_response”},{“_id”:”6XVA4PP5JJBZ7P3II4MVRABYMY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1612048496873},”type”:”text”,”content”:”All those clouds should keep temperatures slightly warmer than average, however. After a chilly start, Sunday’s high is expected to reach 60 degrees in Atlanta, Channel 2 Action News meteorologist Eboni Deon said.”},{“subtype”:”twitter”,”referent”:{“referent_properties”:{“additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1612052164914}},”provider”:”https://publish.twitter.com/oembed?url=”,”service”:”oembed”,”id”:”https://twitter.com/EboniDeonWSB/status/1355639144190533646″,”type”:”twitter”},”_id”:”TL6FWTBQRNCTXIWFBP4RRT64ZY”,”raw_oembed”:{“author_name”:”Eboni Deon, WSB”,”cache_age”:”3153600000″,”provider_url”:”https://twitter.com”,”type”:”twitter”,”version”:”1.0″,”url”:”https://twitter.com/EboniDeonWSB/status/1355639144190533646″,”author_url”:”https://twitter.com/EboniDeonWSB”,”width”:550,”html”:”I’m tracking rain 🌧 for the second half of the weekend. And much colder air moving in behind a passing cold front for early next week. See you at 6PM.— Eboni Deon, WSB (@EboniDeonWSB) January 30, 2021nn”,”_id”:”https://twitter.com/EboniDeonWSB/status/1355639144190533646″,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1612052164914},”provider_name”:”Twitter”,”height”:null},”type”:”oembed_response”},{“_id”:”252QKVHMJBF3TGAVLNSF24JT7A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1612051891594},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The rain should start to clear out by the afternoon, but temperatures are expected to plummet heading into the evening, according to the latest forecast. By late Sunday night, there could be light snowfall in some parts of far North Georgia.”},{“_id”:”V767EZFEBRC2BDUDEIOSXXF73E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1612051891595},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“That’s when we’ll have some lingering moisture as the cold air comes rushing in,” Deon said. “We’re talking the higher elevations, but no accumulation is expected.””},{“_id”:”VLGSUDQXUVCPDBEOZVFULVN4FY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1612051891596},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The chilly weather will stick around through the start of the work week. Monday is expected to be partly cloudy and about 17 degrees cooler, with a high of just 43. 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In Cobb County, overnight lane closures are expected along I-75 as crews work to repair nine bridges across the county, GDOT said. “},{“subtype”:”twitter”,”referent”:{“referent_properties”:{“additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”TP343E3HTFCATN67MTCJIZK36I”}},”provider”:”https://publish.twitter.com/oembed?url=”,”service”:”oembed”,”id”:”https://twitter.com/GDOTATL/status/1354934613676871683″,”type”:”twitter”},”_id”:”FJJ6MDUC6ZGGPIP5WRV3SXFO5Y”,”raw_oembed”:{“author_name”:”Georgia DOT ATL”,”cache_age”:”3153600000″,”provider_url”:”https://twitter.com”,”type”:”twitter”,”version”:”1.0″,”url”:”https://twitter.com/GDOTATL/status/1354934613676871683″,”author_url”:”https://twitter.com/GDOTATL”,”width”:550,”html”:”#MetroATL Check out Georgia DOT's New Weekend Report! https://t.co/ETwg0x1Iw2 @wsbTraffic @cbs46traffic @Fox5atlanta @11alivenews @GaDeptofTrans @511Georgia @DougTurnbull @McKayWSB @ATLTrafficLady #WorkingForYou #KnowBeforeYouGo— Georgia DOT ATL (@GDOTATL) January 28, 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themselves.”},{“_id”:”UD7PMGNV7RCFPJN5VYZ3UUZU6U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813607},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In 2019, Georgia passed a law that prohibits anyone, including local officials, from removing, defacing or changing Confederate monuments. Soon after, some local governments erected contextual markers next to monuments, such as the Decatur Square obelisk and Atlanta’s Peace Monument in Piedmont Park (see below).”},{“_id”:”P5WI4GPEW5CT7BG3G6OPFNWKDE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813608},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In Atlanta, the city created an advisory committee to determine what to do with four monuments on city property. That 2017 effort produced several new contextual markers and the renaming of Confederate Avenue to United Avenue in 2018.”},{“_id”:”F2EKBWXBEBBXDMG2KXVCFIXX7M”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813609},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Protests over the monuments have only grown in intensity since then. in recent weeks, two monuments have been removed by local officials — in Decatur and Kennesaw — despite the state law. Funerary monuments in Oakland Cemetery were vandalized overnight. At the Capitol, protesters chanting “Tear down Gordon” faced off with guards over the equestrian statue of John Brown Gordon.”},{“_id”:”3TDVNAC5V5DAHM2TZYPAUC72HI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813610},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Here are the most visible places in metro Atlanta that commemorate the Confederacy and its leaders. (And for more information about Confederate and segregation-era politicians honored at the Capitol, click here.)”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”The Lion of the Confederacy was erected in Oakland Cemetery in 1895. 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The two largest can be found in historic Oakland Cemetery. This monument, based on Switzerland’s Lion of Lucerne, is surrounded by the graves of 3,000 unknown Confederate soldiers. It was constructed in 1895 by the Atlanta Ladies Memorial Association and is on a Smithsonian list of significant funerary art.”},{“_id”:”PPXYJVAACVDE7I42HZDZAHHHYE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813614},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In 2019, the city erected a new marker after its advisory committee recommended that iconography within Oakland Cemetery be left in place with added context.”},{“_id”:”OTLTYXLBYJCJJDVBWZLHR5J4FQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813615},”type”:”text”,”content”:”However, on four occasions in May and June 2020, vandals covered the sculpture with spray-paint graffiti. Other parts of the cemetery were damaged too — the Confederate Obelisk, Confederate tombstones and one of the new contextual historical markers.”},{“_id”:”3GJNABZYEFDFLAGSMEWHQ6A4PI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813616},”type”:”text”,”content”:”As for the Lion, the Historic Oakland Foundation says that the city is “is in the process of developing a sustainable approach to the preservation of this city asset.””},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”The Confederate Obelisk at Oakland Cemetery was erected in 1873. 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It was erected in 1873 by the the Atlanta Ladies Memorial Association.”},{“_id”:”5LL5JSGAPVGI5CEFRTKFKL4QUA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813620},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Confederate section of Oakland holds 6,900 soldiers, some who died during battles fought along Sherman’s campaign towards the city, and some from other battles who found themselves treated at Atlanta military hospitals.”},{“_id”:”7ZBP2HCNBFB6VMZU6SJRL5BIZQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813621},”type”:”text”,”content”:”As with the Lion of the Confederacy, the Atlanta committee recommended to leave this monument in place with added context, and to remove the Confederate flag flying next to it.”},{“_id”:”DH2HXQGMZNANBG74BU2JBJSOYM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813622},”type”:”text”,”content”:”It was covered with spray paint during the nights of vandalism in May and June 2020.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”Confederate Gen. 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WALKER MEMORIAL (Glenwood Avenue)”},{“_id”:”KIJRAJT4KZF3TPIFH6QGAJNIAY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813625},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Confederate Gen. W.H.T. Walker is memorialized in the spot where he was shot dead by a Union sniper, at today’s intersection of Wilkinson Drive and Glenwood Avenue. About half a mile away at Monument and McPherson Avenues, a similar monument marks the spot where Union General John B. McPherson was killed by Confederate forces the same day.”},{“_id”:”34LPRRBPTZFQPCI6X3YR25FA64″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813626},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In its published report, the Atlanta committee concluded that the Walker memorial was “a battlefield marker and does not serve a purpose of glorification.” The committee recommended adding context to both the Walker and McPherson memorials.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”The Peace Monument in Piedmont Park was erected in 1911 to celebrate North-South reconciliation. (ALYSSA POINTER / [email protected])”,”source”:{“system”:”Methode”,”source_type”:”other”,”source_id”:”9d394634-9ffc-11e8-97bd-bbf419439895″,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”type”:”image”,”distributor”:{“mode”:”reference”,”reference_id”:”8aec2b8c-455c-4816-903d-79fc8fdf8019″},”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/G6JGJODFSAVGTNIZXCUMUKCITE.jpg”,”licensable”:false,”display_date”:”2018-08-14T19:59:55Z”,”credits”:{},”subtitle”:”Atlanta effort to rename Confederate Avenue moves forward”,”width”:2048,”first_publish_date”:”2018-08-14T19:59:55Z”,”_id”:”G6JGJODFSAVGTNIZXCUMUKCITE”,”additional_properties”:{“fullSizeResizeUrl”:”/photo/resize/nEmLbf2a6tQeNNJbuQzRJQD-Fbk=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/G6JGJODFSAVGTNIZXCUMUKCITE.jpg”,”comments”:[],”proxyUrl”:”/photo/resize/nEmLbf2a6tQeNNJbuQzRJQD-Fbk=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/G6JGJODFSAVGTNIZXCUMUKCITE.jpg”,”takenOn”:”2018-08-14T19:59:55Z”,”originalUrl”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/G6JGJODFSAVGTNIZXCUMUKCITE.jpg”,”published”:true,”resizeUrl”:”http://thumbor-prod-us-east-1.photo.aws.arc.pub/nEmLbf2a6tQeNNJbuQzRJQD-Fbk=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/G6JGJODFSAVGTNIZXCUMUKCITE.jpg”,”thumbnailResizeUrl”:”/resizer/WBiWqfGbv_TzIW07eG4631Uno0I=/300×0/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/G6JGJODFSAVGTNIZXCUMUKCITE.jpg”,”version”:0,”originalName”:”https://www.ajc.com//rw/Pub/p9/AJC/2018/08/14/Images/newsEngin.22777537_071518-confederate-update_AP_8.jpg”,”mime_type”:”image/jpeg”,”restricted”:false,”galleries”:[],”_id”:1595252813627},”created_date”:”2020-06-28T23:59:34Z”,”last_updated_date”:”2020-06-28T23:59:34Z”,”publish_date”:”2018-08-14T19:59:55Z”,”height”:1365},{“_id”:”ETKZ5W6ZIZH2XLWB46VULKV24A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813628},”type”:”text”,”content”:”PEACE MONUMENT (Piedmont Park)”},{“_id”:”RR3TOWE6LRA55CVRRNEUUKQEQQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813629},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The large monument greeting park visitors at 14th Street depicts a Confederate soldier with an angel calling a halt to his fighting. The monument was built in 1911 by former members of the Gate City Guard—a Confederate-era city militia—that was on a peace mission to unite the North and South in the decades after the Civil War. Today’s Old Guard of the Gate City Guard still rededicates the monument each year.”},{“_id”:”QBGK5YNMJRCL3FZR5MEEVT5SF4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813630},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In 2017, the Atlanta committee report concluded that it represented “Lost Cause mythology” and recommended its removal. Earlier that year, protesters defaced the monument with paint in two separate incidents and tried to topple it.”},{“_id”:”ZCEZFG626VFCVFLRZT6CO6D6SM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813631},”type”:”text”,”content”:”A contextual marker was added to the monument in 2019 but its language also created some controversy.”},{“_id”:”UY3QPK2PORB7RGCJ4U37L7WYUM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813632},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In June 2020, the words “No Peace” were spray-painted on the monument.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”The Old Guard of the Gate City Guard erected this monument at Peachtree Battle Avenue near Peachtree Road. 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He previously worked in the same capacity for the MyAJC.com homepage; the RE:Race team; Projects & Strategic teams; as a Mobile Technology Producer; as a website Producer, serving as a channel manager for accessAtlanta.com; and as a Producer for ajc.com’s strategic channels. Before that, he was a Page Designer for the Editorial department, designing the @issue and Atlanta & the World sections for the paper. 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Like the Peace Monument, its carved message stresses reconciliation between the North and South. The Atlanta committee concluded that the monument “falsely depicts the character of post-Civil War reconciliation by reflecting Lost Cause mythology” and recommended that it be removed.”},{“_id”:”GV6FF5TMSJAHFCDQYNIMF5NR7I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813636},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Instead, the city erected a contextual marker next to it in 2019.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”The bust of poet Sidney Lanier was moved from Piedmont Park and replaced with a replica.”,”source”:{“system”:”Methode”,”source_type”:”other”,”source_id”:”548d9ff0-7402-11e8-aba1-8948e2f710eb”,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”type”:”image”,”distributor”:{“mode”:”reference”,”reference_id”:”8aec2b8c-455c-4816-903d-79fc8fdf8019″},”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/VBRCLO3AFWYUSDHKJNHYPMRPKM.jpg”,”licensable”:false,”display_date”:”2018-06-19T20:49:59Z”,”credits”:{},”subtitle”:”Photos: Confederate memorials in metro Atlanta”,”width”:675,”first_publish_date”:”2018-06-19T20:49:59Z”,”_id”:”VBRCLO3AFWYUSDHKJNHYPMRPKM”,”additional_properties”:{“fullSizeResizeUrl”:”/photo/resize/6_HERCOHJt_pMbYbBIJBdgZ_de8=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/VBRCLO3AFWYUSDHKJNHYPMRPKM.jpg”,”comments”:[],”keywords”:[“gwinnett county”,”dekalb county”,”cobb county”,”atlanta-news-metro.ajc”,”intown atlanta”,”fulton county”,”ajc-evergreen”,”ajc-audience”],”proxyUrl”:”/photo/resize/6_HERCOHJt_pMbYbBIJBdgZ_de8=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/VBRCLO3AFWYUSDHKJNHYPMRPKM.jpg”,”takenOn”:”2018-06-19T20:49:59Z”,”originalUrl”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/VBRCLO3AFWYUSDHKJNHYPMRPKM.jpg”,”published”:true,”resizeUrl”:”http://thumbor-prod-us-east-1.photo.aws.arc.pub/6_HERCOHJt_pMbYbBIJBdgZ_de8=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/VBRCLO3AFWYUSDHKJNHYPMRPKM.jpg”,”thumbnailResizeUrl”:”/resizer/P3BHN4U9y1wvwcQdT8C4mgZ9xi0=/300×0/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/VBRCLO3AFWYUSDHKJNHYPMRPKM.jpg”,”version”:0,”originalName”:”https://www.ajc.com//rw/Pub/p9/AJC/2018/06/19/Images/020412laniered.jpg%20bust%20of%20poet%20Sindey%20Lanier%20in%20Piedmont%20ParkDS.JPG”,”mime_type”:”image/jpeg”,”restricted”:false,”galleries”:[],”_id”:1595252813637},”created_date”:”2020-06-28T23:58:13Z”,”last_updated_date”:”2020-06-28T23:58:13Z”,”publish_date”:”2018-06-19T20:49:59Z”,”height”:900},{“_id”:”GPRTZ7HEDBDD5C2Z3YIGM55UX4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813638},”type”:”text”,”content”:”SIDNEY LANIER BUST (Piedmont Park)”},{“_id”:”KC2WEP7D65ALHPPUGJZO4T34IE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813639},”type”:”text”,”content”:”This statue was erected by the Piedmont Park Association in 1914. Lanier was a famous musician, poet and author from Macon who was inducted as a charter member of the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame. His artistic legacy is so large that Lanier County and Lake Lanier are named after him.”},{“_id”:”LNV4EWR6BFEA7JUY4BKXVWEK2U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813640},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In his youth, Lanier was a Confederate soldier who was captured by Union forces. He contracted tuberculosis while a prisoner of war and this condition would plague him until his death. Lanier’s only published novel was a good-vs-evil tale with a Yankee villian.”},{“_id”:”FGMGU7TX6NF53JVY7BJJ6KG7RY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813641},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In 2012, the bust was relocated to Oglethorpe University and a replica was installed at Piedmont Park. The Atlanta committee concluded that the bust was not a Confederate monument and recommended leaving it in place.”},{“_id”:”EIPPK7SM5FBFBEWAEW54EUK6MM”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813642,”id”:”U57780323116KcE”},”type”:”raw_html”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”T6DG6KE52JFVTFVRSZDUF4TJ6A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813643},”type”:”text”,”content”:”ATLANTA STREET NAMES”},{“_id”:”DDMEKHVG4NBGTAUHVD4Z2UTST4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813644},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Atlanta committee report identified 34 city streets possibly memorializing the Confederacy and recommended that some names get changed immediately: Confederate Avenue, East Confederate Avenue, and any street named after Nathan Bedford Forrest, John B. Gordon, Robert E. Lee, Stephen Dill Lee, or Howell Cobb.”},{“_id”:”BSAMMKO6LJARZOU5PQMR7MC5BU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813645},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Only Confederate Avenue and East Confederate Avenue were renamed as a result, officially becoming “United Avenue” in 2019.”},{“_id”:”YSVCLF4WZFH3RBAOXVJFZA5GJE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813646},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Up the road, the Sandy Springs city council wants to change the names of two roads that possibly honor Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest. The streets — Forrest Lake Drive and Lake Forrest Drive — would have an “r” removed in each case to make the names more sylvan. (Not every resident believes that the streets were named after the notorious general.) Both roads stretch into the city of Atlanta, which would also have to approve the change for those parts of the roads.”},{“_id”:”P3D27KXBLREC3BPFVC4TS6ID7Y”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813647,”id”:”U11808866318CGi”},”type”:”raw_html”,”content”:””},{“level”:2,”_id”:”KDIMTGRIOZHCFFDI34KDETA47Y”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813648},”type”:”header”,”content”:”Private spaces”},{“_id”:”Q5FRMZFHSNDFNAR7J52KQ2ETWM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813649},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The following monuments are on private, not public grounds:”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”The Eternal Flame of the Confederacy lamppost stood on the corner of Alabama and Whitehall streets during the Civil War but has moved around since then. 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It stood on the northeast corner of Alabama and Whitehall (now Peachtree) Streets, right next to where Solomon Luckie stood when he was struck by a shell during the Siege of Atlanta in 1864. (The photo on the left, from 1957, also shows where the shell blast damaged the front bottom of the lamppost.)”},{“_id”:”4S4HAQAXJVDJZEB36OBUSQNJBI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813653},”type”:”text”,”content”:”According to Atlanta Time Machine, the lamp was displayed in City Hall from 1864-1880 as a war memento and wound up being returned in 1919 to its street corner. During the 1939 ‘Gone With the Wind’ premiere, the Old Guard Battalion of the Gate City Guard lit the lamp and declared it ‘The Eternal Flame of the Confederacy.'”},{“_id”:”GMTP6LBI4NHYDGSZNGNQNFM4NY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813654},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The creation of the viaduct and Underground Atlanta muddle the history of the lamp’s location a bit — at one point it stood above ground. Then it was moved below to Underground Atlanta at roughly the same location, right outside a set of public restrooms.”},{“_id”:”MWLPIFJS7ZE53JKYH4WXXLGH6Y”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813655},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Underground Atlanta is now closed to the public as it undergoes an extensive redevelopment. In 2017, the City Council donated the lamppost to the Atlanta History Center, where it is now a part of its exhibition “Cyclorama: The Big Picture.” “},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”Inside historic Rhodes Hall, a series of stained glass windows tell the story of the “Lost Cause.” The building was once the home of the Georgia Archives. (CHARLOTTE B. TEAGLE / AJC file)”,”source”:{“system”:”Methode”,”source_type”:”other”,”source_id”:”a047c751-80f9-4e5c-bb0b-86599ea84ec0″,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”type”:”image”,”distributor”:{“mode”:”reference”,”reference_id”:”8aec2b8c-455c-4816-903d-79fc8fdf8019″},”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/VOINQD7SF322C75O3ZUHPMAAZQ.jpg”,”licensable”:false,”display_date”:”2016-02-05T21:31:36Z”,”credits”:{“by”:[{“name”:”Charlotte B. Teagle / AJC file”,”type”:”author”,”byline”:”Charlotte B. 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This granite mansion in Midtown has a series of stained glass windows that show the history of the Confederacy, including key battles and portraits of generals and statesmen. The windows were reinstalled at the home in 1990 after spending 25 years in storage at the Georgia Archives. Rhodes Hall hasn’t been a public space since the Georgia Trust took possession of it in 1983, but it spent decades as a state building — the home of the Georgia Archives from 1930-65.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”WESTVIEW CEMETERY MEMORIAL: The cemetery sits where the Battle of Ezra Church was fought during the Campaign for Atlanta. This memorial was erected by the Confederate Veterans Association of Fulton County in the Confederate section of the cemetery. It’s ringed by soldiers’ graves and has a pair of small cannons guarding it. Nearby Mozley Park, where Ezra Church stood, contains more historical markers commemorating the battle. (KENT D. 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(Not a good place for a picnic or jog, in other words.)”},{“_id”:”L4BEP53KWNADNFVBHNWCHKZHRI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813662},”type”:”text”,”content”:”That also means that this memorial was not part of Atlanta’s advisory committee report, which only applied to city-owned property.”},{“_id”:”LZCUXSIH4FD6HAQV4OK4VL2XSI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813663},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The cemetery sits where the Battle of Ezra Church was fought during the Campaign for Atlanta. This memorial was erected by the Confederate Veterans Association of Fulton County in the Confederate section of the cemetery. It’s ringed by soldiers’ graves and has a pair of small cannons guarding it. 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Until 2017, it faced busy Peachtree Road, flanked by magnolia trees at the top of what’s known today as “Cardiac Hill.””},{“_id”:”L5GW6GOZKBHLDDWOEKGNEG3K3Y”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813669},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Atlanta Historical Society — precursor to today’s Atlanta History Center — erected it to recognize the “American Valor” of fighters on both sides of the Battle of Peachtree Creek, fought on July 20, 1864.”},{“_id”:”4JDJHGXJNZB4TKYNPZOI76W3ZY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813670},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Piedmont Hospital removed the monument and another smaller one on its grounds (see below) in advance of the construction of the 16-floor Piedmont Atlanta Tower. At the time, the hospital announced that the two monuments would return in 2020.”},{“_id”:”IL3IGIANENAG7JJE7LP5UEIUCM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813671},”type”:”text”,”content”:”But in June 2020, the hospital changed its mind and announced that the larger monument would remain removed permanently. 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It marks one of the spots during the Battle of Peachtree Creek where the Confederate Army had an artillery battery, although this location has been called incorrect by Civil War historians.”},{“_id”:”PGS2BNA245BERB65OEWEERTQLA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813675},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In 2016, the hospital offered the UDC a chance to temporarily remove the marker before the construction of the hospital’s new 16-floor tower (see above). The marker is currently in possession of the UDC and it is unclear whether it will return.”},{“_id”:”OWV2RLJELBG35CI6KL4EBSKDJI”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813676,”id”:”U55836173504HvD”},”type”:”raw_html”,”content”:””},{“level”:2,”_id”:”UOMK3THWFZA5JNOGGD7M3JW6AY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813677},”type”:”header”,”content”:”State Capitol grounds”},{“_id”:”NGSK5T2SFVFMJPEPOMTGREWXYY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813678},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The following statues and busts of Confederate leaders are found on the Capitol grounds. Although highly visible in the heart of Atlanta, they are state property and not the subject of the Atlanta committee’s report.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”John Brown Gordon’s statue stands on the Capitol grounds.  (Chris Hunt / Special to the AJC)”,”source”:{“system”:”Methode”,”source_type”:”other”,”source_id”:”103b4cbe-77e9-4db8-b99b-c3605901cf20″,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”type”:”image”,”distributor”:{“mode”:”reference”,”reference_id”:”8aec2b8c-455c-4816-903d-79fc8fdf8019″},”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/DM7PAXNPQIOMT2YYXDF7CF5AKY.jpg”,”licensable”:false,”display_date”:”2016-02-05T21:31:36Z”,”credits”:{“by”:[{“name”:”Chris Hunt”,”type”:”author”,”byline”:”Chris Hunt”,”slug”:”chris-hunt”}]},”subtitle”:”John Brown Gordon statue”,”width”:1000,”first_publish_date”:”2016-02-05T21:31:36Z”,”_id”:”DM7PAXNPQIOMT2YYXDF7CF5AKY”,”additional_properties”:{“fullSizeResizeUrl”:”/photo/resize/yhya50_ELrYmEwb126OjECw3DpU=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/DM7PAXNPQIOMT2YYXDF7CF5AKY.jpg”,”comments”:[],”keywords”:[“taxon:localnews”,”ajc-dsl”],”proxyUrl”:”/photo/resize/yhya50_ELrYmEwb126OjECw3DpU=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/DM7PAXNPQIOMT2YYXDF7CF5AKY.jpg”,”takenOn”:”2016-02-05T21:31:36Z”,”originalUrl”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/DM7PAXNPQIOMT2YYXDF7CF5AKY.jpg”,”published”:true,”resizeUrl”:”http://thumbor-prod-us-east-1.photo.aws.arc.pub/yhya50_ELrYmEwb126OjECw3DpU=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/DM7PAXNPQIOMT2YYXDF7CF5AKY.jpg”,”thumbnailResizeUrl”:”/resizer/J6-1C6vXSkDLDxhxyD_pCzj6xEc=/300×0/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/DM7PAXNPQIOMT2YYXDF7CF5AKY.jpg”,”version”:0,”originalName”:”https://www.ajc.com//rw/Pub/p7/AJC/2016/02/05/Images/photos.medleyphoto.8658296.jpg”,”mime_type”:”image/jpeg”,”restricted”:false,”galleries”:[{“headlines”:{“basic”:”Confederate memorials in metro Atlanta”},”_id”:”LTQX7BTW75MRPXAUE3FQHVFKRQ”}],”_id”:1595252813679},”created_date”:”2020-06-22T18:18:56Z”,”last_updated_date”:”2020-06-22T18:18:56Z”,”publish_date”:”2016-02-05T22:15:23Z”,”height”:742},{“_id”:”6NSMUYFLKJGTJPAUWG623OSPDQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813680},”type”:”text”,”content”:”JOHN BROWN GORDON STATUE (Georgia Capitol)”},{“_id”:”KVSRGUI7OVDNBFMVQRQKEBQ7GI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813681},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The State Capitol grounds pay tribute to several Confederate-era political figures, including this imposing John Brown Gordon equestrian statue. Gordon was a three-star Confederate general and served as governor and U.S. senator. Historians generally agree that he was also the unofficial leader of Georgia’s Ku Klux Klan.”},{“_id”:”ZEVLPYUVUVHYRGGM2XMCDWF6EU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813682},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The statue has been the focus of recent protests, such as the one on June 6, when about 100 protesters faced off with guards and shouted “Tear down Gordon.” In another demonstration the next week, a woman was arrested for writing “tear down” on the statue in yellow chalk. Organizers are calling for daily demonstrations at the statue until action is taken.”},{“_id”:”OD7ZQSBS4FFHJLLT4PRZU75OUE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813683},”type”:”text”,”content”:”On June 22, 44 descendants of Gordon requested that Gov. Brian Kemp remove Gordon’s statue.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”This bust of Alexander Hamilton Stephens is in the Georgia Capitol. 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He eventually served in the House, and served a few months as governor before his death. Stephens famously stated in his Cornerstone Speech that slavery was the “natural and normal condition” of black people.”},{“_id”:”JQQJ4WNEMVGJ3FMNVQMTYNA7SM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813687},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Another sculpture of Stephens can be found in the National Statuary Hall Collection in Washington, D.C. — one of two statues contributed by Georgia. In 2020, U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called on 15 statues of Confederates to be removed from the U.S. Capitol — including this statue. Pelosi quoted Stephens’ Cornerstone Speech in her letter on the subject. Descendants of Stephens also called for its removal in 2017.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”This statue of Joseph Brown stands on the Capitol grounds. 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He served on the Georgia Supreme Court and as a U.S. senator after the war.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”This statue of Benjamin Harvey Hill stands inside the Georgia Capitol. 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(Phil Skinner / AJC file)”,”source”:{“system”:”Methode”,”source_type”:”other”,”source_id”:”1e558d35-5a1f-4fe9-a475-fe0b8a353290″,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”type”:”image”,”distributor”:{“mode”:”reference”,”reference_id”:”8aec2b8c-455c-4816-903d-79fc8fdf8019″},”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/CTGLVI5XTEEIL6UTDW7EZIYKXY.jpg”,”licensable”:false,”display_date”:”2016-02-05T21:31:36Z”,”credits”:{“by”:[{“name”:”PHIL SKINNER / AJC file”,”type”:”author”,”byline”:”PHIL SKINNER / AJC file”,”slug”:”phil-skinner-ajc-file”}]},”subtitle”:”Stone Mountain carving”,”width”:1000,”first_publish_date”:”2016-02-05T21:31:36Z”,”_id”:”CTGLVI5XTEEIL6UTDW7EZIYKXY”,”additional_properties”:{“fullSizeResizeUrl”:”/photo/resize/7lNTMhAU9CjUbRO9EXe0NdihPQw=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/CTGLVI5XTEEIL6UTDW7EZIYKXY.jpg”,”comments”:[],”keywords”:[“taxon:localnews”,”ajc-dsl”],”proxyUrl”:”/photo/resize/7lNTMhAU9CjUbRO9EXe0NdihPQw=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/CTGLVI5XTEEIL6UTDW7EZIYKXY.jpg”,”takenOn”:”2016-02-05T21:31:36Z”,”originalUrl”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/CTGLVI5XTEEIL6UTDW7EZIYKXY.jpg”,”published”:true,”resizeUrl”:”http://thumbor-prod-us-east-1.photo.aws.arc.pub/7lNTMhAU9CjUbRO9EXe0NdihPQw=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/CTGLVI5XTEEIL6UTDW7EZIYKXY.jpg”,”thumbnailResizeUrl”:”/resizer/UQ61nNRPT1nbU9TIdqoYq8j012w=/300×0/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/CTGLVI5XTEEIL6UTDW7EZIYKXY.jpg”,”version”:1,”originalName”:”https://www.ajc.com//rw/Pub/p7/AJC/2016/02/05/Images/photos.medleyphoto.8658310.jpg”,”mime_type”:”image/jpeg”,”restricted”:false,”galleries”:[{“headlines”:{“basic”:”Confederate memorials in metro Atlanta”},”_id”:”LTQX7BTW75MRPXAUE3FQHVFKRQ”}],”_id”:1595252813697},”created_date”:”2020-06-22T18:19:04Z”,”last_updated_date”:”2020-08-20T23:14:21Z”,”publish_date”:”2016-02-05T21:53:44Z”,”height”:667},{“_id”:”FAIE6G452FASXOWVKVJRQB3D6E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813698},”type”:”text”,”content”:”STONE MOUNTAIN CARVING (Stone Mountain Park)”},{“_id”:”T5GCSIJMIBE4RGDHETV6PI46GQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813699},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The 90-feet-by-190-feet carving of Robert E. Lee, Thomas ‘Stonewall’ Jackson, and Jefferson Davis is the largest Confederate monument in the world, as well as the largest bas-relief sculpture in the world. The carving was first conceived by a founding member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in 1916. Work began in 1923, was scrapped and restarted in 1925, abandoned in 1928, restarted in 1964 and completed in 1972.”},{“_id”:”Y3KTX4HBJBECTGVN5CKMRUJQSY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813700},”type”:”text”,”content”:”While the mountain is in no danger of being carted away, some critics still like to imagine how to remove the carving. For instance, during Stacey Abrams’ 2017 run for governor, she suggested sand-blasting it.”},{“_id”:”7GZ3T67T4ZCMBNIKXKHK2XVBR4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813701},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Stone Mountain Park was the site of two Confederate flag rallies in 2015 and 2016, the second of which billed itself as a “white power” rally and turned violent. In 2018, the park rejected a request to hold a “White power” rally, citing safety concerns.”},{“_id”:”COFTGS3TCVGLTFTNWAPNKSDFCI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813702},”type”:”text”,”content”:”That same year, the NAACP called for the removal of the carving.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”The Stone Mountain Memorial Lawn is surrounded by 13 terraces commemorating the states of the Confederacy. (JOHN SPINK / [email protected])”,”source”:{“system”:”Methode”,”source_type”:”other”,”source_id”:”66a49f2c-164f-470c-99a5-4c104fabacb3″,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”type”:”image”,”distributor”:{“mode”:”reference”,”reference_id”:”8aec2b8c-455c-4816-903d-79fc8fdf8019″},”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/ZTSXUAVTWV46UTZ6SUYKWQ7MDA.jpg”,”licensable”:false,”display_date”:”2016-02-05T21:31:36Z”,”credits”:{“by”:[{“image”:{“version”:”0.5.8″,”url”:”https://s3.amazonaws.com/arc-authors/ajc/72e8ee8e-b0df-48bc-8ed1-e38f305f5104.jpg”},”socialLinks”:[{“site”:”email”,”deprecated”:true,”deprecation_msg”:”Please use social_links.”,”url”:”[email protected]”},{“site”:”facebook”,”deprecated”:true,”deprecation_msg”:”Please use social_links.”,”url”:”https://www.facebook.com/JohnSpinkAJC/”},{“site”:”twitter”,”deprecated”:true,”deprecation_msg”:”Please use social_links.”,”url”:”https://twitter.com/johnjspink”},{“site”:”instagram”,”deprecated”:true,”deprecation_msg”:”Please use social_links.”,”url”:”jspink1″}],”org”:”Atlanta”,”social_links”:[{“site”:”email”,”url”:”[email protected]”},{“site”:”facebook”,”url”:”https://www.facebook.com/JohnSpinkAJC/”},{“site”:”twitter”,”url”:”https://twitter.com/johnjspink”},{“site”:”instagram”,”url”:”jspink1″}],”name”:”John Spink “,”description”:”John Spink is a multi-platform photojournalist with the breaking news team. He provides compelling photos, video and audio from breaking news events for the AJC and media partners WSB Channel 2 Action News & WSB Radio”,”_id”:”john-spink”,”additional_properties”:{“original”:{“lastName”:”Spink “,”role”:”Multimedia journalist”,”education”:[],”affiliations”:”The Atlanta Journal-Constitution”,”bio”:”John Spink is a multi-platform photojournalist with the breaking news team. He provides compelling photos, video and audio from breaking news events for the AJC and media partners WSB Channel 2 Action News & WSB Radio”,”instagram”:”jspink1″,”expertise”:”Breaking News & Public Safety”,”suffix”:”Sr.”,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/johnjspink”,”personal_website”:”http://www.spinkphoto.com”,”beat”:”Atlanta Now”,”last_updated_date”:”2020-09-10T19:59:36.323Z”,”byline”:”John Spink”,”email”:”[email protected]”,”image”:”https://s3.amazonaws.com/arc-authors/ajc/72e8ee8e-b0df-48bc-8ed1-e38f305f5104.jpg”,”longBio”:”John Spink is a multi-platform photojournalist with the breaking news team. He provides compelling photos, video and audio from breaking news events for the AJC and media partners WSB Channel 2 Action News & WSB Radio. John has covered major news events in the Midwest and Southern United States. 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(The terraces might be best known as the path taken when finding a seat for the laser light show.) Each terrace is dedicated to a Confederate state and flies the flag that state flew from 1861-65.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”The Dekalb Confederate monument was built in 1908 on what is today’s Decatur Square. 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In fact, it predates the courthouse next to it. The former DeKalb courthouse burned to the ground in 1916 and was replaced by the current building.”},{“_id”:”VZ5YL47LCFG3BK2TJB47KL3R3Y”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813709},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In the 1970s, construction of the Marta line further changed the surrounding landscape and in doing so, created the Decatur Square that we know today.”},{“_id”:”QUUGN7HFNFHVXEP2B7A5AXCVHE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813710},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The monument looked increasingly out of place as Decatur became one of the more liberal and diverse parts of the state. In 2017, DeKalb commissioners voted to remove the statue but couldn’t find anyone to take it off their hands. Those efforts were stymied in 2019 by the state’s new monument-protection law. That year, the county placed a contextual marker next to it instead.”},{“_id”:”GZBL7FKBKBGYBGIO75OT63ADMY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813711},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The obelisk continued to attract vandalism and large protests. On June 12, a DeKalb judge ordered the statue removed, saying that it had “become an increasingly frequent target of graffiti and vandalism, a figurative lightning rod for friction among citizens, and a potential catastrophe that could happen at any time if individuals attempt to forcibly remove or destroy it.” The judge sidestepped the state law by asserting a power to address public nuisances that are “manifestly injurious to the public health or safety.””},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”The 30-foot obelisk Confederate moment, which has stood for 112 years, was taken down in the downtown Decatur square on the night of June 18, 2020. 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Although the Sons of Confederate Veterans Georgia Division said that it would file a temporary restraining order to block the removal, no such order had been filed by June 18.”},{“_id”:”ZTD5HARWEBBRNJLFUOZXMMLC7E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1612018512463},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In the months following the monument’s removal, various community groups and advocates suggested that a new monument should be erected at the spot to honor the late Congressman John Lewis, whose 5th District includes a large part of DeKalb County.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”The Thomas Jefferson statue faced Ponce de Leon Avenue in downtown Decatur.”,”source”:{“system”:”Methode”,”source_type”:”other”,”source_id”:”7772cede-b4b3-11ea-a809-0b9f3272a14d”,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”type”:”image”,”distributor”:{“mode”:”reference”,”reference_id”:”8aec2b8c-455c-4816-903d-79fc8fdf8019″},”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/3VK4AZKOLH7UFSL2G6KHU5SJ7A.jpg”,”licensable”:false,”display_date”:”2020-06-22T18:09:09Z”,”credits”:{“by”:[{“name”:”Wikimedia Commons”,”type”:”author”,”byline”:”Wikimedia Commons”,”slug”:”wikimedia-commons”}]},”subtitle”:”Statue of Thomas Jefferson in downtown Decatur removed”,”width”:4320,”first_publish_date”:”2020-06-22T18:09:09Z”,”_id”:”3VK4AZKOLH7UFSL2G6KHU5SJ7A”,”additional_properties”:{“fullSizeResizeUrl”:”/photo/resize/DE8fNY8ztj_JQJ_rRRZfCOsMeSA=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/3VK4AZKOLH7UFSL2G6KHU5SJ7A.jpg”,”comments”:[],”keywords”:[“DeKalb County”,”Decatur”,”atlanta-neighborhoods.ajc”,”protests”,”localnews.ajc”,”Atlanta protests”],”proxyUrl”:”/photo/resize/DE8fNY8ztj_JQJ_rRRZfCOsMeSA=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/3VK4AZKOLH7UFSL2G6KHU5SJ7A.jpg”,”takenOn”:”2020-06-22T18:09:09Z”,”originalUrl”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/3VK4AZKOLH7UFSL2G6KHU5SJ7A.jpg”,”published”:true,”resizeUrl”:”http://thumbor-prod-us-east-1.photo.aws.arc.pub/DE8fNY8ztj_JQJ_rRRZfCOsMeSA=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/3VK4AZKOLH7UFSL2G6KHU5SJ7A.jpg”,”thumbnailResizeUrl”:”/resizer/6n4XPOjW2-NH_cTHqi6ACSyDYbA=/300×0/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/3VK4AZKOLH7UFSL2G6KHU5SJ7A.jpg”,”version”:0,”originalName”:”https://www.ajc.com//rw/Pub/p11/AJC/2020/06/22/Images/Jefferson_in_Decatur.jpg”,”mime_type”:”image/jpeg”,”restricted”:false,”galleries”:[],”_id”:1595252813714},”created_date”:”2020-06-30T02:50:43Z”,”last_updated_date”:”2020-06-30T02:50:43Z”,”publish_date”:”2020-06-22T18:09:09Z”,”height”:2432},{“_id”:”OZ4OYRUTINCS3IL3FVSLHRTQO4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813715},”type”:”text”,”content”:”On the opposite side of the courthouse, a seated bronze statue of Thomas Jefferson was removed days later from a bench facing the sidewalk on Ponce de Leon Avenue. The statue had been on loan from a private citizen, who feared that it might be damaged, and asked that it be removed. It is unclear if the donor will ever want it to return to the grounds. Jefferson, our third president and author of the Declaration of Independence, owned more than 600 slaves.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”This Jefferson Davis Highway marker was placed on the Agnes Scott College by the United Daughters of the Confederacy. (Pete Corson / [email protected])”,”source”:{“system”:”Methode”,”source_type”:”other”,”source_id”:”cbcb43da-8766-11e7-867d-6ff29e831781″,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”type”:”image”,”distributor”:{“mode”:”reference”,”reference_id”:”8aec2b8c-455c-4816-903d-79fc8fdf8019″},”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/7YNJVTJJQZJ2DIEDDSXW7L56J4.jpg”,”licensable”:false,”display_date”:”2017-08-22T18:22:03Z”,”credits”:{“by”:[{“image”:{“version”:”0.5.8″,”url”:”https://s3.amazonaws.com/arc-authors/ajc/a83139a6-00dd-4ede-b64b-06c769a83827.png”},”socialLinks”:[{“site”:”email”,”deprecated”:true,”deprecation_msg”:”Please use social_links.”,”url”:”[email protected]”},{“site”:”twitter”,”deprecated”:true,”deprecation_msg”:”Please use social_links.”,”url”:”https://twitter.com/petecorson”}],”social_links”:[{“site”:”email”,”url”:”[email protected]”},{“site”:”twitter”,”url”:”https://twitter.com/petecorson”}],”name”:”Pete Corson”,”description”:”Pete Corson is an Audience Specialist for the Enterprise, Investigative and Crime & Public Safety teams.”,”_id”:”pete-corson”,”additional_properties”:{“original”:{“lastName”:”Corson”,”image”:”https://s3.amazonaws.com/arc-authors/ajc/a83139a6-00dd-4ede-b64b-06c769a83827.png”,”role”:”Audience specialist”,”education”:[],”longBio”:”Pete Corson is an Audience Specialist for the Enterprise, Investigative and Crime & Public Safety teams. He previously worked in the same capacity for the MyAJC.com homepage; the RE:Race team; Projects & Strategic teams; as a Mobile Technology Producer; as a website Producer, serving as a channel manager for accessAtlanta.com; and as a Producer for ajc.com’s strategic channels. Before that, he was a Page Designer for the Editorial department, designing the @issue and Atlanta & the World sections for the paper. He has worked at the AJC since 1998.”,”org”:”ajc”,”affiliations”:”The Atlanta Journal-Constitution”,”bio”:”Pete Corson is an Audience Specialist for the Enterprise, Investigative and Crime & Public Safety teams.”,”expertise”:”7″,”firstName”:”Pete”,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/petecorson”,”books”:[],”podcasts”:[],”awards”:[],”custom_ajc_phone”:”404-526-5435″,”_id”:”pete-corson”,”last_updated_date”:”2020-06-23T14:25:27.517Z”,”byline”:”Pete Corson”,”email”:”[email protected]”,”status”:true}},”type”:”author”,”version”:”0.5.8″}]},”subtitle”:”Photos: Confederate memorials in metro Atlanta”,”width”:1000,”first_publish_date”:”2017-08-22T18:22:03Z”,”_id”:”7YNJVTJJQZJ2DIEDDSXW7L56J4″,”additional_properties”:{“fullSizeResizeUrl”:”/photo/resize/G_K0D3YvIYjIK3ZE0yH41FXgvhg=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/7YNJVTJJQZJ2DIEDDSXW7L56J4.jpg”,”comments”:[],”keywords”:[“taxon:localnews”,”gwinnett county”,”dekalb county”,”cobb county”,”atlanta-news-metro.ajc”,”Intown Atlanta”,”Fulton County”,”DiverseCity”,”ajc-evergreen”,”ajc-evergreen-gallery”],”proxyUrl”:”/photo/resize/G_K0D3YvIYjIK3ZE0yH41FXgvhg=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/7YNJVTJJQZJ2DIEDDSXW7L56J4.jpg”,”takenOn”:”2017-08-22T18:22:03Z”,”originalUrl”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/7YNJVTJJQZJ2DIEDDSXW7L56J4.jpg”,”published”:true,”resizeUrl”:”http://thumbor-prod-us-east-1.photo.aws.arc.pub/G_K0D3YvIYjIK3ZE0yH41FXgvhg=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/7YNJVTJJQZJ2DIEDDSXW7L56J4.jpg”,”thumbnailResizeUrl”:”/resizer/J82TiEmJI8QwB3tTrfhNfCTCxko=/300×0/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/7YNJVTJJQZJ2DIEDDSXW7L56J4.jpg”,”version”:0,”originalName”:”https://www.ajc.com//rw/Pub/p8/AJC/2017/08/22/Images/Jefferson%20Davis%20Highway.jpg”,”mime_type”:”image/jpeg”,”restricted”:false,”galleries”:[{“headlines”:{“basic”:”Photos: Confederate memorials in metro Atlanta”},”_id”:”ML45U7AL5E2WRU4C5GG2ZIO3VY”}],”_id”:1595252813716},”created_date”:”2020-06-08T14:05:14Z”,”last_updated_date”:”2020-06-08T14:05:14Z”,”publish_date”:”2017-08-22T18:22:03Z”,”height”:750},{“_id”:”WJKAQ2X265FAXIDVENKZMGAWQE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813717},”type”:”text”,”content”:”JEFFERSON DAVIS HIGHWAY MARKER (REMOVED from Agnes Scott College)”},{“_id”:”Q5TPALUSGFFBHL6QU23ETRHHBE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813718},”type”:”text”,”content”:”This marker used to be on the border of Agnes Scott College, on East College Avenue near the South McDonough Street intersection. (A similar marker sits on East Lake Road at Ponce de Leon Avenue.) In 1913, the United Daughters of the Confederacy conceived of naming a transcontinental series of highways after Confederate President Jefferson Davis. It would counter a similar proposal that had been made the year before for an Abraham Lincoln Highway.”},{“_id”:”SND7NI2SDVCMDI5Y4F3663ZGQI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813719},”type”:”text”,”content”:”As the U.S. Dept. of Transportation explains, ‘In that era, it was common for private organizations to identify a route, give it a name, and promote its use and improvement.’ The Jefferson Davis Highway eventually stretched all the way to the border with Canada in the Northwest. In 1925, a new government numbering system for highways made the name obsolete, although some Southern states continued to preserve the name. The UDC erected this marker in 1931.”},{“_id”:”JEA66JYNWFDTDDPS4FNB5SDUWI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813720},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Agnes Scott College removed this marker in 2018 over the objections of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”This marker was dedicated in 1922 at Agnes Scott College on the birthday of Robert E. Lee, who was born Jan. 19, 1807. The marker, paid for by the Agnes Lee chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, was removed earlier this year. 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It was dedicated on Jan. 19, 1922 by the United Daughters of the Confederacy in honor of Robert E. Lee’s birthday. The words etched on it describe the events in Decatur during the Battle of Atlanta.”},{“_id”:”H4AEYORGRRG3VDDMFKON63O4CI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813724},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The college removed this marker at the same time that it removed the nearby Jefferson Davis Highway marker (see above). The removals happened on the same day that the school dedicated its Center for Global Diversity and Inclusion in the name of the first African-American woman to integrate the school.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:” This obelisk was erected by the Kennesaw Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. 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This lesser-known memorial is near the park’s visitors center and commemorates Georgia’s Confederate soldiers. The carving on its front says, ‘We sleep here in obedience to law / When duty called, we came / When country called we died.'”},{“_id”:”KMUFBRIGRBE3BMQYOXJPXPJIRQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813737},”type”:”text”,”content”:”WILLIAM FULLER MEMORIAL CONFEDERATE FLAG (Kennesaw)”},{“_id”:”AADBBFI7F5HDRNKEH5KRFOGORM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813738},”type”:”text”,”content”:”This flag in downtown Kennesaw flies at the corner of Main and Cherokee streets, next to the Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History. It’s part of the city’s Commemorative Park, which also includes a monument to 9/11 along with various plaques and monuments to veterans.”},{“_id”:”CAYZ5OA2FBFLFCMMZ5Z6HX2HNU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813739},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Confederate flag is dedicated to William Fuller, the Confederate train conductor who led the effort to recover the stolen General during the Great Locomotive Chase. Eight Union raiders were later executed in Atlanta for the raid.”},{“_id”:”IIWPVKLPHFF2BL2ZSTN76CCNFY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813740},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In 2017, vandals cut the flag down on two occasions and a petition circulated to remove it entirely.”},{“_id”:”L57UKF6HJRF6ZH6G2ZQ6GRF4PE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813741},”type”:”text”,”content”:”More recently the Kennesaw City Council unanimously voted to removed the flag despite the 2019 state law protecting it. In 2020, it was taken down, along with the U.S. and Georgia flags, in order to prevent vandalism.”},{“_id”:”GDESB3SLKZCAZMYI7NVQ4JFP34″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813742},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Although the other flags have returned, the council’s decision would keep the Confederate flag down permanently. The Sons of Confederate Veterans Georgia Division has threatened to take legal action against the council’s decision.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”The Confederate Veterans of Gwinnett County monument was dedicated in 1993 by the Sons of Confederate Veterans (PETE CORSON / [email protected])”,”source”:{“system”:”Methode”,”source_type”:”other”,”source_id”:”b1255efe-b06c-41c5-abc3-6189dc12651c”,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”type”:”image”,”distributor”:{“mode”:”reference”,”reference_id”:”8aec2b8c-455c-4816-903d-79fc8fdf8019″},”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/ITD6OE4TVCMIXFXZL2424WC4RM.jpg”,”licensable”:false,”display_date”:”2016-02-05T21:31:36Z”,”credits”:{“by”:[{“name”:”PETE CORSON / [email protected]”,”type”:”author”,”byline”:”PETE CORSON / [email protected]”,”slug”:”pete-corson-pcorson-ajc-com”}]},”subtitle”:”Confederate Veterans of Gwinnett Monument”,”width”:1000,”first_publish_date”:”2016-02-05T21:31:36Z”,”_id”:”ITD6OE4TVCMIXFXZL2424WC4RM”,”additional_properties”:{“fullSizeResizeUrl”:”/photo/resize/ZL3HMR31pS0bpMfANZNuF6rNCH4=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/ITD6OE4TVCMIXFXZL2424WC4RM.jpg”,”comments”:[],”keywords”:[“taxon:localnews”,”ajc-dsl”],”proxyUrl”:”/photo/resize/ZL3HMR31pS0bpMfANZNuF6rNCH4=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/ITD6OE4TVCMIXFXZL2424WC4RM.jpg”,”takenOn”:”2016-02-05T21:31:36Z”,”originalUrl”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/ITD6OE4TVCMIXFXZL2424WC4RM.jpg”,”published”:true,”resizeUrl”:”http://thumbor-prod-us-east-1.photo.aws.arc.pub/ZL3HMR31pS0bpMfANZNuF6rNCH4=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/ITD6OE4TVCMIXFXZL2424WC4RM.jpg”,”thumbnailResizeUrl”:”/resizer/U3fx00QJxGa-zdvJqc47EnjT7mg=/300×0/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/ITD6OE4TVCMIXFXZL2424WC4RM.jpg”,”version”:0,”originalName”:”https://www.ajc.com//rw/Pub/p7/AJC/2016/02/05/Images/photos.medleyphoto.8658299.jpg”,”mime_type”:”image/jpeg”,”restricted”:false,”galleries”:[{“headlines”:{“basic”:”Confederate memorials in metro Atlanta”},”_id”:”LTQX7BTW75MRPXAUE3FQHVFKRQ”}],”_id”:1595252813743},”created_date”:”2020-06-22T18:18:57Z”,”last_updated_date”:”2020-06-22T18:18:57Z”,”publish_date”:”2016-02-05T22:14:22Z”,”height”:745},{“_id”:”3VMOMRDD55GIRFQGZ5WJXAEVHA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813744},”type”:”text”,”content”:”CONFEDERATE VETERANS OF GWINNETT MONUMENT (Old Gwinnett County Courthouse)”},{“_id”:”CL2ZD3WCWJBC3DVQSUXN6KEG64″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813745},”type”:”text”,”content”:”This monument was dedicated in 1993 by the Sons of Confederate Veterans. It includes this quote by Winston Churchill: ‘Any people with contempt for their heritage have lost faith in themselves and no nation can long survive without pride in its traditions.'”},{“_id”:”4VULQJS3SBHAHLUSUVHJRJ62VU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813746},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In June 2020, the monument was spray painted with “Black Lives Matter” and signs referring to white supremacy were posted next to it. That month, a candidate for the Gwinnett County board of commissioners began a petition to remove the monument. Two weeks later, the Gwinnett County solicitor called the monument a “public nuisance” and filed an official request to remove it from the Lawrenceville city square. His filing suggests the statue be moved to the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center. In July, the Lawrence mayor and city council also asked county leaders to remove the monument, as did the county’s Historical Restoration and Preservation Board one week later.”},{“_id”:”GEFSUZ3IXZBXJOX4MKVVRCQXEM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1611599042839},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In January 2021, the Gwinnett Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to remove the monument and place it in storage pending a legal decision over its future. In its resolution, the board noted that the monument has been vandalized twice.”},{“_id”:”ZLL4FB46QVA75K7FFYE3KK7MQ4″,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813747,”id”:”U10528237035VXW”},”type”:”raw_html”,”content”:””},{“_id”:”DMFVJFYSHFFGXAGFNM67RRFW5Q”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813748},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Other Georgia Confederate monuments in the news:”},{“_id”:”H2X2LJ37YBABJJGG6FWEZQIT5I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813749},”type”:”text”,”content”:”SAVANNAH: A statue in Forsyth Park honoring Lafayette McLaws was vandalized in June 2020. A descendant of McLaws offered to buy back the statue from the city in order to preserve it.”},{“_id”:”FEEMW3GPTNAGZNBGHBZULIDFMI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813750},”type”:”text”,”content”:”ROME: The fate of a statue of Nathan Bedford Forrest in the Myrtle Hill Cemetery was debated in public meetings in June 2020, with dueling petitions asking for the statue’s removal/preservation.”},{“_id”:”OP6ANGYDSNBD7PCQD63BFKH7SQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1611064893805},”type”:”text”,”content”:”MACON: Macon-Bibb commissioners voted to relocate two Confederate monuments in downtown Macon in July 2020 as part of a downtown revitalization project. The plan calls on placing the two monuments — one a 141-year old statue of an anonymous Confederate soldier statue on Cotton Avenue and the other a “Women of the South” obelisk on Poplar Street — to Whittle Park outside of Rose Cemetery. A lawsuit filed by the Military Order of the Stars and Bars Georgia Society Inc. calls the plan “a racially-motivated action designed for political purposes to placate the mob mentalities” and seeks to block the moves. Although that lawsuit is pending, local officials are prevented from moving the memorials due to a temporary injunction.”},{“_id”:”W6OCZXRBHVHZXNQDF5KLKZOQ2M”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1611064893806},”type”:”text”,”content”:”BRUNSWICK: In November 2020, the Brunswick City Commission voted to remove a statue of a Confederate soldier from Hanover Square, but only once legal issues involving similar statue removals in other cities were resolved. The commission did not decide at the time what would become of the 118-year-old statue or where it might be moved.”},{“_id”:”TKRGDXN7QVFH3EHONJ55DAQMD4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813751},”type”:”text”,”content”:”ATHENS: A Confederate memorial on Broad Street was the target of protests in May and June 2020. The mayor said that city officials would like to remove the memorial as soon as possible and are investigating ways to do it. One plan involved removing the statue to a site a few miles away near a Civil War battlefield.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”A Confederate monument on the Rockdale County Courthouse grounds was dismantled early Wednesday morning.”,”source”:{“system”:”Methode”,”source_type”:”other”,”source_id”:”f69952ec-bb88-11ea-9be7-e1cc2fa91760″,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”type”:”image”,”distributor”:{“mode”:”reference”,”reference_id”:”8aec2b8c-455c-4816-903d-79fc8fdf8019″},”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/DG27TASOMIMG6XO5XHJKASXVGE.jpg”,”licensable”:false,”display_date”:”2020-07-01T10:52:32Z”,”credits”:{“by”:[{“name”:”LEON STAFFORD/AJC”,”type”:”author”,”byline”:”LEON STAFFORD/AJC”,”slug”:”leon-stafford-ajc”}]},”subtitle”:”Rockdale County to remove century-old Confederate monument Tuesday”,”width”:4032,”first_publish_date”:”2020-07-01T10:52:32Z”,”_id”:”DG27TASOMIMG6XO5XHJKASXVGE”,”additional_properties”:{“fullSizeResizeUrl”:”/photo/resize/SEzedqwobw0nDj2hPaKoALiKhUc=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/DG27TASOMIMG6XO5XHJKASXVGE.jpg”,”comments”:[],”keywords”:[“SAP:atlanta-news-metro.ajc”,”ga-government.ajc”,”localnews.ajc”,”Rockdale County”,”Confederate monuments”,”George Floyd”,”systemic racism”],”proxyUrl”:”/photo/resize/SEzedqwobw0nDj2hPaKoALiKhUc=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/DG27TASOMIMG6XO5XHJKASXVGE.jpg”,”takenOn”:”2020-07-01T10:52:32Z”,”originalUrl”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/DG27TASOMIMG6XO5XHJKASXVGE.jpg”,”published”:true,”resizeUrl”:”http://thumbor-prod-us-east-1.photo.aws.arc.pub/SEzedqwobw0nDj2hPaKoALiKhUc=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/DG27TASOMIMG6XO5XHJKASXVGE.jpg”,”thumbnailResizeUrl”:”/resizer/10kpDPUG1G5fLib94aeJTYpkfm4=/300×0/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/DG27TASOMIMG6XO5XHJKASXVGE.jpg”,”version”:0,”originalName”:”https://www.ajc.com//rw/Pub/p11/AJC/2020/07/01/Images/rockdale%20confederate%20monument%20068.JPG”,”mime_type”:”image/jpeg”,”restricted”:false,”galleries”:[],”_id”:1595252813752},”created_date”:”2020-07-01T11:00:10Z”,”last_updated_date”:”2020-07-01T11:00:10Z”,”publish_date”:”2020-07-01T10:52:32Z”,”height”:3024},{“_id”:”NKMTBWX6KNCINLXDECGLNBDBJE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813753},”type”:”text”,”content”:”CONYERS: On the night of June 30, 2020, a monument of a Confederate soldier was removed only hours after the chairman of the Rockdale County Commissioners announced plans to remove it. The memorial had been erected in front of the Rockdale County courthouse in 1913 by the United Daughters of the Confederacy.”},{“owner”:{“id”:”ajc”},”workflow”:{“status_code”:4},”caption”:”The Henry County Commission on Tuesday voted to remove a Confederate monument on its property in the McDonough Square.”,”source”:{“system”:”Methode”,”name”:”AJC”,”source_type”:”other”,”source_id”:”60a0f47e-c06b-11ea-9be7-e1cc2fa91760″,”additional_properties”:{“editor”:”photo center”}},”type”:”image”,”distributor”:{“mode”:”reference”,”reference_id”:”8aec2b8c-455c-4816-903d-79fc8fdf8019″},”version”:”0.10.3″,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/B3J5YHPKJQ6CAJP7HPTRQTSXPU.jpg”,”licensable”:false,”display_date”:”2020-07-07T16:03:20Z”,”credits”:{},”subtitle”:”Confederate statue in McDonough Square to be removed in next 60 days”,”width”:640,”first_publish_date”:”2020-07-07T16:03:20Z”,”_id”:”B3J5YHPKJQ6CAJP7HPTRQTSXPU”,”additional_properties”:{“fullSizeResizeUrl”:”/photo/resize/ZmCA7DneWueMMTY_MoAXyfEVwv0=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/B3J5YHPKJQ6CAJP7HPTRQTSXPU.jpg”,”comments”:[],”proxyUrl”:”/photo/resize/ZmCA7DneWueMMTY_MoAXyfEVwv0=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/B3J5YHPKJQ6CAJP7HPTRQTSXPU.jpg”,”takenOn”:”2020-07-07T16:03:20Z”,”originalUrl”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/ajc/B3J5YHPKJQ6CAJP7HPTRQTSXPU.jpg”,”published”:true,”resizeUrl”:”http://thumbor-prod-us-east-1.photo.aws.arc.pub/ZmCA7DneWueMMTY_MoAXyfEVwv0=/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/B3J5YHPKJQ6CAJP7HPTRQTSXPU.jpg”,”thumbnailResizeUrl”:”/resizer/fIvOj_4cs2_sR2J_49l1TRF5qTY=/300×0/arc-anglerfish-arc2-prod-ajc/public/B3J5YHPKJQ6CAJP7HPTRQTSXPU.jpg”,”version”:0,”originalName”:”https://www.ajc.com//rw/Pub/p11/AJC/2020/07/07/Images/596163159_ConfederateMonumentHenry1_1503354160669_8923369_ver1.0_640_360.jpg”,”mime_type”:”image/jpeg”,”restricted”:false,”galleries”:[],”_id”:1595252813754},”created_date”:”2020-07-07T16:10:11Z”,”last_updated_date”:”2020-07-07T16:10:11Z”,”publish_date”:”2020-07-07T16:03:20Z”,”height”:360},{“_id”:”HTUUSODCVREWDO2HTS3BR34TIE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1595252813755},”type”:”text”,”content”:”McDONOUGH: Henry County began dismantling a Confederate statue on the McDonough Square on the night of July 28, 2020. 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He is healthy and unharmed. https://t.co/buui4JCmFL— Gwinnett County Police (@GwinnettPd) January 30, 2021nn”,”_id”:”https://twitter.com/GwinnettPd/status/1355526851855265792″,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:1612031998061},”provider_name”:”Twitter”,”height”:null},”type”:”oembed_response”},{“_id”:”Y4L5H43PKFFVXKHZ6A3YNENIKM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1612017726254},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Officers spent hours searching through woods, neighborhoods and along roadways for the 7-year-old Belgian Malinois. A police helicopter and members of the Lawrenceville Police Department also joined in the search.”},{“_id”:”CPRXHQA2MZH6ZLUPBNLMGRLMAQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”type”:”text”,”content”:”K-9 Brix was later discovered near the gas station by an animal control officer who stopped to fill up, Pihera said. The dog was taken to the Gwinnett County Animal Shelter and reunited with officers about 9:45 a.m. “},{“_id”:”TIOWJUYLFZH2PAA24O6XY724D4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1612031998064},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In other news:”},{“syndication”:{“search”:false},”description”:{“basic”:”Amanda Gorman to Recite Original Poem at Super Bowl 55.The 22-year-old poet, who spoke at Joe Biden’s inauguration, will recite a poem honoring three pandemic heroes before the big game Feb. 7.The three Americans being honored are teacher Trimaine Davis, nurse Suzie Dorner and Marine Corps veteran James Martin.NFL legends Doug Baldwin, Derrick Brooks and Jerome Bettis recently surprised the honorees with a trip to the Super Bowl.NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said, “We are honored to recognize these three individuals who represent the best in all of us.”.During this incredibly challenging time in our lives, Trimaine, Suzie, and James have exemplified the essence of 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Monday and Tuesday are predicted to be dry with high temperatures in the 40′s, though the mercury might finally rise past 50 by Wednesday. “},{“subtype”:”twitter”,”referent”:{“referent_properties”:{“additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”LOOU267P65EI5G6NWRLA6L4AOQ”}},”provider”:”https://publish.twitter.com/oembed?url=”,”service”:”oembed”,”id”:”https://twitter.com/GDOTATL/status/1355261035922513923?s=20″,”type”:”twitter”},”_id”:”IR2MJ6NUGZA5XPPQMNCXJWJA3E”,”raw_oembed”:{“author_name”:”Georgia DOT ATL”,”cache_age”:”3153600000″,”provider_url”:”https://twitter.com”,”type”:”twitter”,”version”:”1.0″,”url”:”https://twitter.com/GDOTATL/status/1355261035922513923″,”author_url”:”https://twitter.com/GDOTATL”,”width”:550,”html”:”Updated Weekly Lane Closure Advisory for the Transform 285/400 Project – https://t.co/UAyZVFzhLz pic.twitter.com/LFqbEgjCrj— Georgia DOT ATL (@GDOTATL) January 29, 2021nn”,”_id”:”https://twitter.com/GDOTATL/status/1355261035922513923?s=20″,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”LOOU267P65EI5G6NWRLA6L4AOQ”},”provider_name”:”Twitter”,”height”:null},”type”:”oembed_response”},{“_id”:”TU4M6K65K5H4ZIYLPMYCR4DQIY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”type”:”text”,”content”:”No major traffic events are expected this weekend, though normal work will continue on the Transform 285/400 project. 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Lin Wood, one of the most prominent purveyors of conspiracy theories surrounding the 2020 presidential election, is in danger of losing his ability to practice law in Georgia.”},{“_id”:”DNG4V76V7NGDFKH4YTDGXAVPQU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1611962808130},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The State Bar of Georgia acknowledged Friday it is investigating two complaints against Wood and has ordered him to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. Wood recently called for the execution of former Vice President Mike Pence and accused other officials, including U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts, of conspiring to cheat former President Donald Trump out of a second term, among other alleged transgressions.”},{“_id”:”DAR2OP3WRFGOPE3BY6RX7CBHGQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1611962808131},”type”:”text”,”content”:”But in an interview, Wood said he would refuse the State Bar’s order — a stance that could result in the emergency suspension of his law license.”},{“_id”:”Q5667NCA4JEONGXDLMHNFYAMHM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1611962808132},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“It will violate my First Amendment right to free speech,” said Wood, who has characterized his public statements as political hyperbole. “And if they do that and this harms me, then I will strongly consider suing them, and it will be a significant lawsuit.””},{“_id”:”FNHJYJWGQVEODKZN6OL5RQVUYA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1611962808133},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Wood, 68, became famous over the past quarter-century by representing clients who believed they were maligned by the government, the media and corporations. 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