MAYFIELD, Ky. (AP) - On
Jacob Gingerich's farm in western Kentucky, there is no phone or
electricity for his family of 12 children. He even sees putting an
orange safety triangle on their black horse-drawn buggy as a violation
of the simple and pious life his Amish faith requires.
He and other Amish men in
rural Graves County have become scofflaws for not using the reflective
signs, ignoring state law, disobeying orders from a judge and even going
to jail for not paying fines.
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