Dad Launches A Judicial Battle Against A Church For Insulting Dead American Soldiers

April 14th, 2010 - 8:36 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work  

7878 April 14, 2010 (Pen Men at Work): Hundreds of inconsolable American families have been under attack by the Westboro Baptist Church. This church deems that the demises of the American military personnel abroad are the functions of a furious God, who is castigating America for putting up with homosexuality.

Most grievers have endeavored to disregard the taunts. But Albert Snyder, a Dad, could not overlook them. He became the first to file a suit against the church to bring to an end their hateful demonstrations. Snyder has trailed the group farther than anyone else.

Now, more than four years subsequent to the demise of his son in a Humvee mishap in Iraq, Snyder’s judicial fight is directed towards the Supreme Court. His indefatigable labors have magnetized assistance from across America. This has included a series of economic aid after he was commanded to shell out the church’s court expenses — a $16,500 decision that the congregation desires to utilize for more agitations.

Lance Cpl. Matthew A. Snyder, the child of Albert Snyder, was not a homosexual. Nonetheless, for the Westboro church, deceased soldiers are fair game. Pastor Fred Phelps has supervised a flock of 70 to 80 members, mostly his children and grandchildren. They have deemed themselves to be prophets and persist that America is ruined.

As Snyder witnesses it, Westboro is not indulging in constitutionally sheltered dialogue when it besieges the funerals of dead American combatants. He has proclaimed that Phelps and his supporters are disturbing private gatherings and irritating people at their most susceptible time. Snyder has suggested that this condemnable behavior is a provocation to hostility.

Snyder has mentioned, with his tone mounting and eyes awash with tears, that the actions of the church are designed to provoke the mourners and is an unabashed encouragement to aggression. Snyder has denounced this shamelessly provocative behavior of the Westboro church.

Snyder’s court case accuses the Topeka church of attacking his solitude and deliberately meting out emotional suffering. He has the endorsement of his ex-wife and his two daughters, but Snyder persevered on being the solitary plaintiff.

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