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Group is Gunning for Small Town's Veteran Memorial Cross

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The memorial features a silhouette of a soldier holding a gun and kneeling at the foot of a cross.

It was installed a few months ago alongside Freedom Rock at Young’s Park in the small town of Knoxville, Iowa.

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“It was clear to us it was a memorial to fallen veterans,” Mayor Brian Hatch told me. But it wasn’t clear to everyone.

About a month ago a citizen filed an anonymous complaint -- arguing that the memorial was promoting Christianity and therefore violated the Establishment Clause of the U.S. Constitution.

Mayor Hatch told me the city council ignored the complaint.

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