http://www.nj.com/starledger/stories/index.ssf?/base/news-12/1192509993309380.xml&coll=1 Family, under pressure, removes its hanged dummy Display brought two days of turmoil to Madison Tuesday, October 16, 2007 BY MELISSA CASTRO Star-Ledger Staff EXCERPT Chesla Flood couldn't believe her eyes. A hangman's noose circled the neck of a black-hooded, jeans-clad dummy suspended from the chimney of a house in Madison. Flood called her mother, Millie Hazlewood, who reported the Halloween display to police. She wasn't the only one. Police went to the property at least three times starting Sunday, and even the mayor asked the homeowners to take down the figure. At 8 last night, the family relented, saying they feared for their safety. "It's no more like freedom of speech anymore," Cheryl Maines said. "My son had to take this down because these people have blown this thing out of proportion."