NC Police Claim Christian Carrying Cross Violates “Dangerous Weapons” Law


I’m not one that is much for symbols, especially when it comes to representing the Christian Faith, but I do understand the representation. Apparently though, there are some North Carolina police officers that believe a Christian who openly carries a 3 pound, five foot cross out in public is wielding a “dangerous weapon!” Check out the video here.

Christian News reports:

A Christian evangelist witnessing at a public festival in North Carolina this past weekend was forced to put away a wooden cross that he was holding as police asserted that it could be considered a “dangerous weapon.”

Brothers Jesse and Matthew Boyd, along with friend Kent Blalock, attended the 32nd annual Historic Morganton Festival on Saturday to open-air preach, distribute Gospel literature and hold Scripture-based signs as a witness to attendees. Matthew carried a small 3-pound wooden cross that bears the question “Are You Ready?” and folds away when not in use.

The men state that even before they attended the event, they became aware that there could be problems in light of the festival rules, which barred free speech activity on the streets. In turn, Jesse contacted City Attorney Louis Vinay to express concern, sending him a compilation of relevant case law that protected free speech activity at public events.

Read more at Freedom Outpost

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