"'...You're going to come into the middle of a black community and put up a Confederate flag? That's not even common sense,' said Rollins Edwards, the former town and Dorchester County councilman, who lives a few doors down from the house.
'We're not going to have that,' he said. 'We've got to get that thing out of the way.'
'She's a nice lady,' said Wanda Duberry, who lives next door to the resident. 'She says it's not hatred, it's heritage. Everybody's got their own preferences. But considering the situation with the Confederate flag, I believe it should be out of sight. Out of sight, out of mind...'" Read full story