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In this Oct. 11 2015, frame from surveillance video provided by the Frederick Police Department, the bust honoring Supreme Court justice Roger Brooke Taney is vandalized outside City Hall in Frederick, Md. Taney, whose bust was found covered in a red paint-like substance, wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision affirming slavery. (Frederick Police Department via AP)

In this Oct. 11 2015, frame from surveillance video provided by the Frederick Police Department, the bust honoring Supreme Court justice Roger Brooke Taney is vandalized outside City Hall in Frederick, Md. Taney, whose bust was found covered in a red paint-like substance, wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision affirming slavery. (Frederick Police Department via AP)

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