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City officials in Tega Cay, S. C., announced Friday that they will go back to a stone memorial in honor of fallen law enforcement officers, who have appeared before it was removed last week after sparking controversy.
Officials said that the return of the monument in honor of fallen officers, and it was on the ground by the police, was a “compromise.”
The city, in the first instance be scrubbed out of the three references to “God”, after a resident complained about, but then it is removed from the monument, in full, once they are faced with a huge backlash over it. The monument was made by the police department and given by a woman to a social group.
However, the city’s so-called “compromise” is a source of concern to residents for the failure of a significant part of the original version.
It is a monument that is still in the prayer, with its reference to the Lord, but the Bible verse is going to be removed.
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“After careful consideration and much discussion with people on both sides of the debate, the city council has made the decision that the police officer’s Prayer to be restored to its original condition and returned to the Fallen Officers’ Memorial located at the new police station,” the city wrote on its Facebook page.
It all started after When Dunn, a resident, complained at the July 15 meeting of the municipal council, the religious references on public property, according to The (Rock Hill) Herald.
The City of Tega Cay, S. C., is the return of the Fallen police officer Monument to be removed, but not including, the Bible verse reference is a source of concern to residents.
The city of Tega Cay, S. C. Facebook Page)
“It’s public land and the public services have to remain secular and neutral to all members of the community, all member-to-member, so they need to feel welcome here,” Dunn said at the time.
On the front of the stone monument, which is in the bottom corner, it was Matthew 5:9, which is a reference to the words of Jesus in the New Testament: “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” On the back, there was a prayer similar to the one used in the other police buildings in the country as a whole.
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“Well, lord, I ask for courage. The courage to face and conquer my own fears courage to take me to where the others are not going to…Give me, o Lord, to care for others who trust me and compassion for those who need me. And please Lord, through it all, in my hand,” the prayer said.
City officials said that they are a compromise has been reached on a memorial that was “split” in the community.
“The restoration of the police officer’s Prayer on the back, and it does not recover the reference to the Bible Verse on the front of the monument, we can begin to understand what it means to be a compromise, even if we can’t agree with that,” the city wrote on Facebook.
However, the decision is not the prayer that is made from the region’s many residents who wanted it was unable to restore the monument to what the police department wanted to start from the beginning.
“This monument has been violated by the city’s leaders,” and Fox News Radio host Todd Starnes told “Fox & Friends” on Monday morning. “There is a war for the extermination of the American culture, and it all begins with a war in the name of religious freedom.”
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“Let’s be honest here,” the host of “the Todd Starnes Tone of voice,” he said. “The only reason they did that was because the people were enraged and took to the town hall, and they are demanding that they do something about it.”