A Harrisburg activist and former congressional candidate has reached a $30,000 settlement agreement with York County, but county officials and the man himself are unable to explain why.
The settlement contains a confidentiality provision, said county spokesman Mark Walters, which says that neither party can speak about the matter to any degree.
Leesburg, VA – Loudoun County NAACP President Phillip Thompson fears the flag burning stunt could incite violence reminiscent of the deadly Charlottesville rally last year. Leesburg, VA was occupied by Confederate General Robert E. Lee for a period during the American Civil War in 1862.
Today Stilp’s campaign was twarted by York County Commissioners who threatened him with arrest should he attempt the publicity stunt.