Suit Filed Against VA Demands That POW’s WWII Bible Be Removed From Veterans Display May 9, 2019 A civil rights group filed suit Tuesday seeking the removal of a historic World War II Bible from a public display case at a veterans hospital, saying it violates the constitutional prohibition on government establishment of religion.
A Vietnam War veteran filed a federal lawsuit against the manchester veterans affairs Medical Center this week in an attempt to remove a Bible on display at the New Hampshire facility.
· A U.S. Air Force veteran filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday arguing a Bible on display at a New hampshire veterans hospital violates the First Amendment, according to The Associated Press. james chamberlain claimed in the lawsuit that the Bible, which is part of a display at the Manchester VA Medical Center, violates the amendment’s.
A Bible on display at a Veterans Affairs medical center has sparked a lawsuit. Now, the veterans group that put it there is trying to get involved. The Bible, carried by a World War II Prisoner of War was added to the Missing Man Table at the hospital by the northeast mia/pow network.
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An atheist group filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against the Department of Veterans Affairs over a Bible displayed at a VA facility in New Hampshire. The group called the Bible’s presence in the.
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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) A U.S. Air Force veteran has sued the director of New Hampshire’s veterans hospital over the display of a Bible. The Bible became part of a memorial table at the Manchester VA.
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A Bible on display at the Manchester Veterans Affairs Medical Center is now the subject of a federal lawsuit. The Bible was carried by a prisoner of war in World War II and then made part of a.
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The Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of James Chamberlain against the hospital’s director, Alfred Montoya. The lawsuit seeks the removal of the Bible from the display on the grounds that it violates the First Amendment’s establishment of religion clause.