Charge against Fort Smith city administrator requested over flags’ removal

(He willfully and knowingly broke at state law for political brownie points from Dems – DD)
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(NWA Online) Attorney Joey McCutchen is asking Daniel Shue, Sebastian County prosecuting attorney, to charge Fort Smith City Administrator Carl Geffken with a misdemeanor for removing the Flags Over Fort Smith display without public input or approval from city directors.
McCutchen claimed Friday that in doing so, Geffken repeatedly violated the Arkansas State Capitol and Historical Monument Protection Act.
The monument act became law in April 2021. It states that except as permitted by law or authorized under the Arkansas History Commission, a historical monument cannot be moved, vandalized, damaged, destroyed, removed, altered, renamed or otherwise disturbed. However, the act doesn’t prohibit a governmental entity having responsibility for maintaining a historical monument from taking proper measures for the protection, preservation, care, repair or restoration of a monument.
A Class A misdemeanor is punishable by up to one year in jail and a fine of up to $2,500…Read the rest