Tavern Owners Press Charges Against Mayor Who Desecrated Confederate FlagsChris Menahan
Jul. 14, 2020
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Ralph Salvagno, the mayor of Hancock, Maryland is facing up to 60 days in jail and a $500 fine for desecrating two Confederate flags at a local tavern that were painted to honor a Confederate Army veteran.
Mayor Salvagno said he painted over the flag because he thought it "could have sparked anger if recent protests over the death of George Floyd and related incidents had spread to the small town," according to Herald-Mail Media.
From Herald-Mail Media:
HANCOCK — The mayor of Hancock is facing a criminal charge accusing him of painting over two images of the Confederate battle flag on a wall outside the Town Tavern.Locals called on Salvagno to resign during a council meeting last week:
During a time devoted to citizens comments at Wednesday's council meeting, town property owner Michael Faith said Salvagno has "done a lot of good for the town." But Faith also said the mayor has lost the support of residents because of the incident.It's nice to see not everyone is going along with this Cultural Revolution.
Kudos to the Fischers for standing up to the mob.
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