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Tue November 4, 2003
Moore Says He Will Continue Fight
By Alabama Public Radio
Montgomery, AL – Suspended Chief Justice Roy Moore says he will not give up the fight to display the Ten Commandments publicly. He says he's disappointed the U-S Supreme Court will not hear his appeal regarding his Ten Commandments monument. The court announced Monday it will not address the issue. Moore also says he will not resign as Alabama's chief justice. Moore is scheduled for trial November 12th before the Alabama Court of the Judiciary. He ignored a federal judge's order and is charged with violating the canons of judicial ethics. He says he will go through with the trial so people will know what his case is about.