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Confederate Monument Disassembly Halted By Judge

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(St. Louis, MO) -- Disassembly of the Confederate monument in Forest Park has been ordered to stop by St. Louis Circut Court Judge Robert Dierker.

The decision to halt the process comes after a lawsuit that was filed by The Missouri Civil War Museum, which challenges St. Louis City's claims of ownership over the statue.  Work has been halted until at least July 6th.

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