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Tomorrow will be 20 years since the discovery of what we call the “World Trade Center Cross” found amidst buried bodies and tons of toxic, smoking rubble.
Back on Sept. 10, 2012 — the day before the 11th anniversary of 9/11 — I wrote a piece on PJ Media (before it was a Salem-owned sister-site to Townhall) headlined “Atheist Lawsuit Against World Trade Center Cross Makes Me Want to Scream.”
Since July 23, 2011 — when the 17-foot-tall “intersecting steel” beams resembling a Christian cross was lowered by crane into the under-construction museum — the court had to rule whether the cross could remain part of the museum’s permanent collection.
In my 2012 piece, I asked Colby May, “director and senior counsel with the Washington office of the ACLJ” [American