If there’s no cross, is there still a case?
The Washington Post: “The cross, a version of which has sat atop Sunrise Rock since World War I veterans erected it more than 75 years ago as a memorial, disappeared May 9. Nothing but bolts remained where the 6 1/2 -foot cross, made of welded white pipes, once stood . . . All of this raises the legal question: If there’s no cross, is there still a case? . . . “You would hope some vandal could not come in and alter the direction of a case that raises important constitutional issues,” said Hiram Sasser, a lawyer at Liberty Institute.”