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Defense launched after veterans memorial called ‘wretched … dumpster fire’

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A privately funded and privately owned veterans memorial is being called a “wretched … dumpster fire” and targeted with a lawsuit because it references Jesus Christ.

First Liberty explains the fight has developed in the town of Monument, Colorado, where 16-year-old Michael Carlson created the memorial in honor of his grandfather, who served in World War II, and his father, who was in Vietnam.

It was done for an Eagle Scout project, and he spent two years planning, raising private funds, and creating the site.

It sits in the town’s cemetery, where the family purchased the burial plots on which it sits.

The problem?

It carries the message: “Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you, Jesus Christ and the American soldier. One died for your soul, the other died for your freedom. We honor those who made freedom a reality.”

First Liberty reported that put it in the bull’s-eye of a cam

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