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Courtney Marabella, Asbury Park Press Published 11:21 a.m. ET July 5, 2018 | Updated 1:05 p.m. ET July 5, 2018
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An Air Force veteran in Florida was forced to sell his house after his Home Owners Association repeatedly fined him for flying an American flag on his porch, according to reports. It all started when Larry Murphree put a small American flag in a flower pot on his porch. Soon after, he got a citation from his HOA saying the flag was not an "authorized object" and that he should take it down. He refused. Soon, he had $1000 in HOA violation fines because of the flag and decided to get a lawyer involved, the report states. LONG BRANCH: How a billion dollars helped raise the city from a riotous pastIn what seemed like a win for Murphee, he and the HOA came to an agreement that he could, in fact, fly the flag. But soon after that, the HOA was back at it, this time charging him because the flag violated a "flower pot ordinance" that stated only plants and flowers could be in a pot on display. They again started fining him and when he refused to pay, even took the fine money out of his HOA fees, which created a whole set of new problems, according to the report. Eventually, after repeated incidents of what he calls harassment by his HOA (which included them citing him for not parking straight enough in his driveway), Murphee had to sell his condo. MORE ON APP.COM: What Freehold Borough Schools found when it screened kids for leadHis legal battle with the HOA continues today, seven years after it started, according to the report.
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