Ohio school district agrees to keep portrait of Jesus off wall, pay $95G fine

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  1. Jedi Knight

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    Sounds like a case of bullying, which seems to happen too often in lawsuits.

    A person, place, or otherwise doesn't have (or it would be much less painful financially and/or emotionally) the funds to fight the lawsuit, so they are pretty much forced to settle even if they are in the right.

    Those putting these types of lawsuits into action, knowing this is the usual outcome and it will line their pockets like this, need to slapped with some type of fraud/embezzlement charges. Something! They know what they are doing.
     
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    From the linked article:

    And yet the ACLU will just as vigorously defend the open display of blatant, disgusting and perverse pornography. Tell me, how much "permanent, severe and irreparable harm and injury" does that do in comparison to the display of a picture of Jesus?
     

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