Marie Schaub and her daughter, two plaintiffs in a lawsuit to remove a Ten Commandments monument outside Valley High School in New Kensington (Pennsylvania), had negotiated a settlement with the school District. The monument would come down within 30 days, and the District would pay attorneys’ fees totaling $163,500. It was, on paper, a win-win for all the atheists involved (though not for monetary reasons, as some have wrongly and maliciously suggested).
But that hasn’t made things any easier for Schaub and her daughter, who have received multiple threats. Some of them presumably come from “good” Christians who claim to care about the Ten Commandments.
One of the threats (reads): “You should be dragged in the street and shot.”