What to Know
- A central New York man has been asked to remove a Nazi flag on his property
- Preble resident Jody Fish says he's being hacked and that it's a 'distress call,' adds he'll take it down when the hacker is found
- Experts say Fish is protected because the flag is on private property
A central New York man who has been asked to remove a Nazi flag on his property says he's being hacked and that it's a "distress call."
Preble resident Jody Fish told the Post-Standard in an interview Thursday that he raised the flag to get people's attention. Fish says he'll lower the flag when someone figures out who is hacking him.
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More than 400 people have signed a petition asking town officials to do something about the Nazi flag.
Preble Town Supervisor Jim Doring says Fish refused to take the flag down when they talked. Doring says Fish told him he was flying it because of a dispute with a neighbor.
Experts say Fish is protected because the flag is on private property.