Florida business claims citation for flying military flags

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On its Facebook page Tuesday, Jaguar Power thanked Curry for reaching out personally and resolving the matter "in the best possible way".

Employees at the business said a customer overheard Power issuing the warning, which told the business to correct the violation or risk "prosecution for the offense".

That touched off a tense exchange involving the city inspector and the customer.

"She says, 'What did you do for this country?' He says, 'I took three bullets to the leg".

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"There's a lot of people on this Earth who aren't walking here anymore because they gave their life for this country", he said.

Store managers refused to take down the flags.

The business owner posted a new video to his Facebook page a short time later, saying, "The city of Jacksonville is working with our company to make sure things like this does not happen again". That video attracted an overwhelming amount of attention on social media.

A Jacksonville city code inspector has been suspended after she issued a motor sport business a warning for flying flags for every branch of the US military, causing outrage across the country. "We should not get cited or ticketed for flying flags representing our country". "They cited us for every flag because they were mad that we had flags flying at the top of the building".

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An angry and confused employee named Shaun shared a video after the ordeal happened on Facebook. We are making them and shipping them once we have a little time. Are you serious right now?

The employee called the situation "ridiculous" and said the city was "picking on the small guys" over the flags.

Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry responded on Monday evening, tweeting he has "directed city staff that military flags should be treated [the] same as United States flag". "Let them fly", Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry tweeted. COJ employees [are] expected to be respectful of our customers-you, the people of Jacksonville. On behalf of the City of Jacksonville I apologize to veterans and service members who are rightly troubled by the events that have been reported.

Curry's chief of staff, Brian Hughes, said the city is investigating the incident and will review the video.

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The store managers ripped up the citation and will keep the flags flying without worrying about fines or citations from the city, according to WJXT.

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