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Attorney Kirk Lyons disagrees as a 1933 statue of Confederate leader JEFFERSON DAVIS is removed from University of Texas' South Mall Sunday after UT President Gregory Fenves cleared it to be placed in a campus museum along with a companion statue of President Woodrow Wilson. Racially-motivated shootings in the U.S. have called for reexamining cultural icons of the Confederate South.
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