Tuesday, May 09, 2006


The cross at Mt. Soledad stands waiting for the dismantlers to take her down. But, she doesn't stand alone, not by a long shot.

According to Andrea Shea-King and Mark Vance, the cross has some new supporters from the legal world; supporters who are willing to fight this battle in the courts.

Andrea and Mark announced the good news on their show today, Constitutional Public Radio, and linked it on their site. A snippet:

"(Washington, DC) – The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), specializing in constitutional law, said today it will enter the legal battle to save the cross atop Mount Soledad in San Diego in place despite a federal court ordering its removal within 90 days. A federal court has given the city three months to remove the cross or face stiff fines. The ACLJ has offered San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders legal assistance in the case and says it will – at the very least – file friend-of-the-court briefs in support of the cross if the city’s appeal moves forward."

This is very good news. Read the rest here.

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