Someone used spray paint to write "Black Lives Matter" on the pedestal of the John Hunt Morgan statue on the lawn of the old Fayette County Courthouse in downtown Lexington, Friday June 26, 2015. Photo by Ron Garrison | Staff
Someone used spray paint to write "Black Lives Matter" on the pedestal of the John Hunt Morgan statue on the lawn of the old Fayette County Courthouse in downtown Lexington, Friday June 26, 2015. Photo by Ron Garrison | Staff Herald-Leader
Someone used spray paint to write "Black Lives Matter" on the pedestal of the John Hunt Morgan statue on the lawn of the old Fayette County Courthouse in downtown Lexington, Friday June 26, 2015. Photo by Ron Garrison | Staff Herald-Leader

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