Swastika flour-bag case defendant wants lawsuit put on hold

HAVERHILL — The Bethlehem woman being sued for allegedly driving a Littleton antique store out of business because it displayed a flour sack with a swastika on it wants the lawsuit put on hold while the New Hampshire Supreme Court reviews whether the lawsuit violates her free speech rights. | Keep Reading at New Hampshire.com

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One Response to Swastika flour-bag case defendant wants lawsuit put on hold

  1. warhorse says:

    in 1912, when the flour bag was made, the swastika didn’t mean what it meant in 1943.

    historical context. apparently they don’t teach that anymore.

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