NAACP Leaders Facing Felonies in Monument Destruction

NAACP Leaders Facing Felonies in Monument Destruction

August 19, 2020

In a briefing Monday to announce charges in the destruction of a Confederate monument in Portsmouth, Police Chief Angela Greene said a Democrat Virginia state senator and leading members of the local National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) have been charged with two felonies.

The statues of Confederate soldiers were beheaded by sledgehammer and one was toppled by Black Lives Matter “protesters” on June 10. The destruction has now led to charges of Conspiracy to Commit a Felony and Felony Injury to a Monument in Excess of $1,000 against Sen. Louise Lucas, Portsmouth NAACP Chapter President James Boyd, school board member LaKeesha Atkinson, and other members of the NAACP.

Others facing charges of Felony Injury to a Monument in Excess of $1,000 include public defenders Brenda Spry, Alexandra Stephens, and Meredith Cramer, as well as half a dozen other local residents.

A state senator, NAACP leaders, and defense attorneys, all among the violent mob of Marxist felons waging war against America and its history.

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