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By Brahma Chellaney
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Southfield Police
A war memorial cross that once stood on a rocky hilltop in a national park before being deemed unconstitutional and ordered removed was to be resurrected on Veterans Day at the stunningly stark Mojave Desert site, capping a landmark case for veterans fighting similar battles on public lands.
Three years ago, Lamar Grace left Detroit for the suburb of Southfield. He got a good deal — a 3,000-square-foot Colonial that once was worth $220,000. In foreclosure, he paid $109,000. The neighbors were not pleased.