Angleton, a talented and courageous paralegal, takes on an
organization of leftist radicals who demand that the Distinguished
Cross be eliminated as a military medal because it violates the First
requirement of separation of church and state and is offensive
|From Don't Crucify Us...
“Why are you doing
this?” cried out Florence in anguish. Wasn’t it enough that her son was
dead, defending his country against a world gone mad? Couldn’t she just
bury him in peace?
One of the protestors – clearly the leader – stepped forward and
delivered an answer to her question. He was a tall thin man with brown
hair tied up in a ponytail, late twenties, possessing an athletic
presence and a self-possessed spirit that bordered on pomposity. Willie
Axelberg was his name and he loved rhetorical engagement for its own
sake and even more so when he could use it to promote his ideological
agenda. In this endeavor, he enjoyed the fervid support of a front
organization known as No More Crosses. Members of the front group were
with him today and had even brought along their own cinematographer to
insure their calculated disruption of the burial of Specialist Henry
“Hank” Gunther went viral.
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