Did anyone really believe Michael McNeilly’s claim to be an artist unfairly persecuted by the city when it ordered him to remove his “Statue of Liberty” supergraphic and mural signs from the walls of buildings? Did anyone take seriously his assertion that he was putting up the signs to “honor the sacrifices made by our soldiers, first responders and veterans protecting our security, rights and freedom,” as he was quoted as saying by the L.A. Times?Dennis Hathaway
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