New Orleans removes 3rd Confederate monument

The removal of a massive statue of Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard followed two others.
0:28 | 05/17/17

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And the removal of another confederate Derek monument in New Orleans started overnight. This one honored general PGT ball regard who was the confederate commander. During the attack of fort Sumter which started of course a civil war it is a third of four monuments at the city's planning to remove. The beau regard monument stood in a traffic circle since 1915.

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