Frederick Co. moves 2 controversial statues from city hall
FREDERICK CO., Md. (ABC7) —
Saturday was a historic day in Frederick after two historic and controversial statues were removed from the front of city hall.
One statue was former Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger Taney, the man who wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision, which affirmed slavery.
The other was Maryland's first Governor and slave owner Thomas Johnson.
Sam Sweeney has more in the video above.