Confederate flag owner responds

Dear Editor:

This message is in response to the opinion letters recently published in The Falmouth Outlook concerning the flags of the Confederacy.

First, let me explain private property, definition: tangible and intangible thing owned by individual or firms over which the owners have exclusive and absolute legal rights, such as land, buildings, money, copyright, patents, etc. Private property can only be transferred with its owners consent and by due process such as sale or gift. Now with that being said, the aforementioned flag originally referred to by Mr. Simon which started this public debate, flies in MY front yard! 

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