Community service for American Indian leader who toppled Columbus statue on Capitol grounds

8December 2020

Community service for American Indian leader who toppled Columbus statue on Capitol grounds

Community service for American Indian leader who toppled Columbus statue on Capitol grounds

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Ramsey County prosecutors on Monday offered to suspend the felony charge of an American Indian Movement (AIM) leader accused of toppling a Christopher Columbus statue outside the State Capitol this summer in exchange for 100 hours of community service. Michael A. Forcia, 57, must write a letter acknowledging the damage he caused and remain law-abiding while on probation for the next year, according to the plea agreement. Once completed, the charge will be wiped from his record. "We cannot ignore that the act in this case was an act of civil disobedience — and a response that follows with simply…. See article below.

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Source: https://www.startribune.com/community-service-for-american-indian-leader-who-toppled-columbus-statue-near-capitol/573318151/

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