Court Rules In Favor Of Briarcliff Man And His Nativity Scene

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A judge finally ruled in favor of a Briarcliff Manor man who wanted a nativity scene on village property after a six year battle. Photo Credit: File photo

BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. -- A court ruled in favor of a Briarcliff Manor man and his desire to have a nativity scene on display on village grounds recently, according to News 12 Westchester. 

Henry Ritell had been battling the village for six years to no avail. When Ritell heard about a menorah being displayed in a different public park, he accused the town of discrimination, News 12 Westchester reported. 

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This PC crap is starting to become a pain in the neck. It is a Christian and Federal Holiday for god's sakes. I'm not a Christian BUT ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. Glad he won his case. Shame On you Briarcliff pc police.

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