Marie Schaub and her daughter were plaintiffs in a case to remove a Ten Commandments monument from Valley High School in New Kensington, Pennsylvania. They negotiated a settlement, and the monument is to come down in 30 days.
Schaub said this when he won the case:
“It’s unfortunate that many people in my community don’t understand or appreciate the separation of church and state, but I hope this settlement serves as an important lesson. I’d like to thank the FFRF for all of their help and everyone who has supported our cause.”
It’s a great victory for the freedom of religion; however, Schaub and her daughter have received multiple threats. One of them said:
“You should be dragged in the street and shot.”
That is just so Christian. Too bad they don’t have a rule about killing people or maybe a book they could read…
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