Hundreds of Protesters Attempt to Surrender in Durham

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Four people turned themselves in to authorities in Durham, N.C., yesterday, to face charges for their role in toppling a Confederate monument on Monday. Joining them outside the Durham County courthouse were hundreds of other protesters, many of whom attempted to turn themselves in as well, reports the Huffington Post. "There were far more people there when the statue came down than have been charged,” said Durham City Council member Jillian Johnson. “They’re targeting specific people.”

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