Lawsuit filed over veterans hospital Bible display

MANCHESTER, NH – James Chamberlain, a devout Christian who receives medical care at the manchester veterans affair medical Center, filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Concord (see below) to force the Department of Veterans Affairs to remove a Catholic Bible from public display in the facility.

 · A fight over religious freedom in Manchester, New Hampshire, is heading to federal court. A Vietnam War veteran has filed a lawsuit against the Manchester Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center to get a bible removed from the lobby. The plaintiff is actually a devout Christian, but is speaking up, he says, for service members and veterans who aren’t.

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An interview with a 100-year old World War Two veteran whose personal Bible adorns a Prisoner of War/Missing in action “missing man” table at the Manchester veterans administration medical Center does not contain any claim that he carried the Bible with him throughout the ordeal of his being shot down over Hungary, imprisoned in a German POW camp, and escaping captivity.

. Air Force veteran and “devout Christian” filed a lawsuit with the Military Religious Freedom Foundation against Department of Veterans Affairs Manchester Medical Center in NH to get a Bible.

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A dispute over a Bible display at the Manchester Veterans Affairs hospital in New Hampshire is erupting into a full-fledged war, to include.

Veteran files $350 million lawsuit against the VA  · Veterans Face Off in Court Over Bible Display in V.A. Hospital A secular group is petitioning to remove a prisoner of war’s Bible from a New Hampshire Veterans Affairs hospital in a lawsuit that has drawn the attention of top White House officials.

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Lawsuit filed over Bible display at New Hampshire VA hospital; uproar ensues By: Kent Miller May 7 A Bible is part of a memorial table display at the veterans hospital in Manchester, N.H.