Rally for Kim Davis at county jail draws hundreds

Rally for Kim Davis at county jail draws hundreds
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As Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis began her third day as an inmate at the Carter County Detention Center, having chosen indefinite imprisonment over licensing gay marriage, around 300 people gathered on the lawn outside.

“She won’t bow, I promise you,” Davis’ husband, Joe, told the crowd. “She sends her love to each and every one of you all. And this is what she said, ‘All is well. Tell them to hold their head high because I am.’” …

Some traveled from states away to support of the embattled clerk, held in contempt of court by U.S. District Judge David Bunning on Thursday and sent to jail until she agrees to follow the court’s order. She has pledged she never will. …

[O]n the jailhouse lawn, the rally’s organizers distributed fliers that listed what Davis’ supporters should do: pray for her release, write the judge and demand she be set free, send Davis postcards to jail, where she remains in a cell alone though allowed a Bible to read.

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