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Silent Sam protester’s honor court case is dismissed by UNC appeals panel


A UNC hearings panel has dismissed the honor court case against Maya Little, the doctoral student who had previously been found responsible for damaging property when she poured red ink and blood on the Silent Sam Confederate monument. The panel voted to dismiss the case on the grounds that Little’s basic rights had been violated in an initial honor court hearing. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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