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Graeme Phillip Harris Ole Miss Noose On Statue Case – Guilty Plea Entered In James Meredith Incident

Friday, June 19, 2015 7:28
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Graeme Phillip Harris, Ole Miss former student, pleaded guilty hanging a noose on the statue of James Meredith. The University of Mississippi student had a misdemeanor charge levied against him after putting the noose on the campus memorial to the civil rights leader.

During a short court appearance on Thursday, Graeme Phillip Harris entered a guilty plea to on the charge of “threatening force to intimidate African-American students and employees” at Ole Miss. A noose and old Georgia state flag which also carried the Confederate battle emblem, were placed upon the James Meredith statue last February. Click here to read the rest of the Graeme Phillip Harris Ole Miss report and to watch videos from the 1962 riots.


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