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Judge Says Confederate Flag is 'Anti-American'

The American Civil War started 155 years ago. Now, a man is suing Mississippi and its governor over the state flag.

Attorney Thomas Moore is arguing that the Mississippi flag is an “unconstitutional relic of slavery”.

In addition, U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves says the Confederate emblem on the flag is “anti-American.”

Reeves has not yet decided whether to consider or dismiss the lawsuit. Although, there are some who believe this is about more than just a flag.

Many feel the judges comments are factual, others say they were inappropriate.

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