The Air Force Reserve Command is threatening to censor a report about a reservist and his family who spend their Christmas holidays each year on humanitarian trips – most recently visiting Guatemala and providing medical treatment for indigenous people.
The threat is drawing outrage from the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, which has dispatched a letter to the military that not only is the article acceptable, to censor it would be to allow a “heckler’s veto” to control expression, “something that the Supreme Court has explicitly rejected.”
The article, on the Air Force Reserve Command website, features Senior Master Sgt. Larry Gallo, who with his wife, Yvonne, and daughters, Daizha and Paree, have made similar humanitarian trips for several years.
The article mentions that “Christ” is part of the name of the group that organized the trip, and a pastor went along.
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