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Judge rejects motion to move La. case over Confederate statue

Defendant argued he could not get fair trial because of ‘symbol of oppression and racial intolerance’

A Louisiana judge has rejected a motion by an African-American defendant to move his court case because of a Confederate monument in front of the courthouse.

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