A judge in Charlottesville, Va., has ordered the city to remove the tarps covering the statues of two Confederate generals.
The tarps were placed over the statues as a sign of mourning following the deaths of three people in connection with the “Unite the Right” rally in August. The white supremacist rally was protesting the planned removal of the Lee statue.
The judge ordered the tarps to be taken off the statues of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson within 15 days of the court order being entered.
Read more at The Hill.