District Attorney: Felony Charges Remain Against Defend Durham Protesters

District Attorney: Felony Charges Remain Against Defend Durham Protesters

District Attorney Roger Echols says felony charges against a group accused of pulling down a Confederate monument downtown still stand, despite an announcement in court this morning to the contrary.

This morning, seven people charged in connection with the August 14 toppling of the monument appeared in court, where their attorney, Scott Holmes, said Echols had agreed not to proceed with felony charges of inciting a riot.

In an email, Echols said the charges remain.…

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