Student Found Guilty of Defacing Silent Sam Statue

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(WRAL) The woman who tossed her own blood and paint on the “Silent Sam” Confederate monument on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus in April was found guilty Monday of defacing a public monument. 

Orange County Judge Samantha Cabe noted that Maya Little had admitted to the crime, and that the facts showed she was guilty of the charge. 

Cabe used a North Carolina judicial maneuver known as a “continued judgment” to essentially withhold the guilty verdict, and did not impose any fines, restitution or court costs. 

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