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After “F— Nazis” sign stolen, Greeley man builds bigger, sturdier replacement – The Denver Post

This photo, which has been altered to obscure the "F-word," shows a sign on display outside an east Greeley home that has caused a controversy.

Tyler Silvy, The Greeley Tribune

This photo, which has been altered to obscure the “F-word,” shows a sign on display outside an east Greeley home that has caused a controversy.

A Greeley family has shown a commitment to expressing its anti-Nazi beliefs, building a larger, sturdier “F— Nazis” sign after the first one was stolen.

A neighbor in the past few weeks had called Greeley Police and The Tribune complaining about the sign, displayed prominently in the front yard of Joseph Ruibal’s east Greeley home.

The neighbor took issue with the crass language on the sign, and said kids pass by the house before and after school at Bella Romero Academy of Applied Technology.

Police have said it’s a free speech issue, and Ruibal is within his rights to display the sign on his property.

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