A judge has ruled against the raising of the Christian flag over a city building, despite the pole being reserved for non-US, private flags. World Net Daily reports:
Judge Denise Casper has ruled against a Christian’s access to a program that routinely hoists privately owned flags over a city building, concluding other other flags are acceptable because they’re not religious.
Among the approved flags are the LGBT banner the national flags of Albania, Cuba, Mexico, Brazil and China.
But Liberty Counsel said that when Hal Shurtleff and his civic group, Camp Constitution, requested to fly the Christian flag, they were refused.
The legal team explained the city’s written permit guidelines promise the public “to accommodate all applicants seeking to take advantage of the city of Boston’s public forums,” referring to the flag pole as a “public forum.”
While a Christian flag is banned, communist flags like Cuba and China are allowed.