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The Department of Justice announced on Friday, a former University of Mississippi student was indicted on federal civil rights charges for allegedly hanging a noose and a Confederate flag around the statue of the university’s first black student, James Meredith. NBC affiliate WTVA is reporting Graeme Phillip Harris, an ex-student of the university was charged by a grand jury on one count of conspiracy to violate civil rights and one count of using a threat of force to intimidate African American students because of their race or color.

In the early hours on Feb. 16, 2014, Harris, along with a small group of white students hung a noose and an old version of the Georgia state flag which incorporated the Confederate flag around the statute of Meredith, the first black student who attended the university after it was desegregated in 1962. Harris, who is from Alpharetta, Ga, was a student of…

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One thought on “Former University Of Mississippi Student Charged With Hanging A Noose On Statute Of First Black Student

  1. I seen today on the news a black reporter mad about this and it being called a game and wanting to know what game this was?well I’m still waiting for the answer of black teens viciously assaulting elderly white people helpless in their sick walkby knockout game/ whats this game called? I haven’t had that answered , you know from the new master race of people, what a sick demented group who keep hatred going especially in the ghettos were young kids are vulnerable ,and I’m waiting for the name of the game were elderly whites are assaulted? by young black twisted pieces of garbage.

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