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Trump supporter defends noose on his Seneca-Babcock lawn

Egbert Bickley started flying an upside-down American flag atop the roof of his home a few weeks ago. He said it symbolized both his and the country's distress, but nobody understood his message.

Then about a week ago, in front of the Donald Trump campaign sign affixed to the porch of his Seneca-Babcock home, he put up a noose and gallows.  Read more.

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