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  • Lexington police plan 'overwhelming' force if white nationalists protest here

    Police Chief Mark Barnard said his department has not been contacted by white nationalists who on Tuesday said they would protest in Lexington in reaction to plans to relocate two Confederate statues.

Police Chief Mark Barnard said his department has not been contacted by white nationalists who on Tuesday said they would protest in Lexington in reaction to plans to relocate two Confederate statues. Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com
Police Chief Mark Barnard said his department has not been contacted by white nationalists who on Tuesday said they would protest in Lexington in reaction to plans to relocate two Confederate statues. Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com

Lexington council unanimous in wanting Confederate statues relocated

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