Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Protesters start to DIG UP body of Confederate general in Memphis 

Where does it end? It never ends 
Activists took a shovel  to the ground over the remains of Nathan Bedford Forrest ,a Lt General in the Confederate States Army...
A group of protesters who want the body of an alleged Ku Klux Klan leader removed from their city have broken the soil over the grave. 
The campaigners claim it has taken officials in Memphis, Tennessee, too long to exhume Nathan Bedford Forrest - who was a lieutenant general in the Confederate States Army.
They also want the statue of the soldier on a horse on the burial site to be removed. The rebel cavalryman, who died in 1877, has been buried in the city's Health Sciences Park since 1904.
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