But Gene Miller could be headed to court to defend himself
We first brought you the story of former Vietnam veteran Gene Miller a couple of weeks ago. He still flies his upside down American flag. And his anti-Obama signs are still featured prominently in his yard.
But his Homeowner’s Association is ramping up their efforts to get him to end his one-man protest. They have gotten lawyers involved.
“It’s a demand letter for me to take my signs down,” Miller told Matt Patrick on Houston’s Morning News Wednesday morning.
And, Miller says, if the signs don’t come down, the lawyers say they’ll take him to court.
“They are threatening to take me to court, and I’ll be assessed not only their attorney fees, but court costs, too,” Miller said.
Miller told KTRH that he does not intend to take his signs down. He also says he’s still getting positive feedback from people who drive by his property.
“I have an average of 15-20 cars a day that drive by, slow down, stop and read it. I’ve had ‘em get out of their cars, go out and take pictures, too,” Miller said.
But with the prospect of having to defend his actions in court, Miller says he is now looking for legal help.