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Controversial Confederate flag flown at Hamilton construction site


By --October 12, 2017

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The contentious Confederate flag — which is often regarded as a symbol of racial oppression — was proudly flying at a downtown Hamilton construction site Monday morning.

It belonged to a man working on renovations at Hamilton’s historic Treble Hall, at the corner of King and John Streets. The man, who repeatedly refused to give his name to a reporter, happily posed with the flag for pictures, where it was attached to his pickup truck on the job site.—More….



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