1. Confederate flag flying above Statehouse early with police vehicle parked in front
2. Close of flag
3. Bree Newsome and another activist jumping the flag pole's fence
4. Newsome preparing to scale pole
5. Various of Newsome climbing pole
6. Statehouse police rushing to scene asking Newsome to UPSOUND (English): "Get off the pole, Get down"
7. Various of Newsome at the top of pole, speaking to police UPSOUND (English): "In the name of Jesus this flag has to come down!"
8. Various of Newsome removing flag and coming down
9. Police looking up
10. Newsome handing flag to another activist, James Ian Tyson
11. Tyson holding flag
12. Newsome standing with her hands up as people clap
13. SOUNDBITE (English) Tamika Lewis, spokeswoman for group of activists:
"Well, as a group of multiracial human beings, we believe in the fundamental idea of humanity. So this was done because we were tired of waiting for the judicial system to make the decision they have been prolonging for a very long time."
14. Various of Newsome in handcuffs as cars honk on street and people cheer
The Confederate flag was temporarily removed from the front of the South Carolina Statehouse on Saturday when a woman climbed the flagpole and - despite calls by police to get down - removed the banner.
Bree Newsome, 30, of Charlotte, North Carolina, was about halfway up 30-foot (9 metre) steel flagpole just after dawn when officers of the South Carolina Bureau of Protective Services told her to get down.
Instead, she continued climbing to the top and removed the banner.
She and James Ian Tyson, a fellow activist, who had climbed over a four-foot wrought-iron fence to get to the flag, were arrested.
Both face a fine of up to 5-thousand US dollars and a prison term of up to three years or both.
The flag, which is protected by state law, was raised about 45 minutes later.
A recent church shooting in South Carolina has sparked calls for an end to the display of Confederate symbols on public property.