Now a lawyer representing one of the students said the monument should be removed or the school should pay damages to the child “for walking in the shadow of” the “imposing monolith.”
Representing Marie Shaub and her daughter, attorney Marcus Schneider joined the anti-Christian battle against Valley Junior-Senior High School following the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s demand for the monument’s removal in 2012.
Now the Shaubs and the FFRF have gained support from six more organizations eager to remove the historic Christian symbol.
The case was initially dismissed because Shaub’s daughter does not even attend the school in question and the mother only saw the Ten Commandments monument once or twice while dropping her daughter off for a karate event.
U.S. District Judge Terrence F. McVerry said Shuab’s outlandish offense at the monument “seems to have manifested itself only after FFRF became involved in this dispute,” TribLive reported.
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