A Jacksonville, FL store will not be cited or fined for flying military flags after being given a warning citation by a city employee who insulted a customer that turned out to be a veteran.

Melinda Power, the city's code compliance officer, issued citations for each of the flags flying outside the business but was later placed on leave after the incident went viral.

Shaun Jackrel, the owner of JaguarPowerSports, told Todd Starnes that Power was "just a bad apple that fell out of the wrong tree" and explain why he decided to go public about the confrontation. Jackrel said, "We wanted to make sure that we had a voice in this and that it didn't happen to any other businesses around town, so we wanted to get the word out, and it has been a lot bigger than we anticipated."

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