Jefferson Davis Memorial Chair Stolen From Alabama Cemetery Found In New Orleans

New Orleans police arrested two people and are searching for a third in connection to a Confederate monument stolen from Old Live Oak Cemetery in Selma, Ala.

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{snip} Police say the monument has since been returned to its owners.

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According to Dallas County District Attorney Michael Jackson, an email signed “White Lies Matter” was sent to media outlets after the monument’s theft threatening to turn the chair into a toilet if the United Daughters of the Confederacy didn’t display a banner at the Virginia headquarters with a quote from a Black Liberation Army activist on the anniversary of the South’s surrender in the Civil War.

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Police later arrested Stanley Warnik and Kathryn Diionno in connection with the theft. A third suspect, Stanley Pate, is still at-large.

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