Transcript for Kim Davis May be Going Back to Court After Standing Firm on Not Signing Same Sex Marriage Licenses
We turn now to that ABC news exclusive tonight. Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk, jaked for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples. Rejoicing as she walked free, but tonight, facing the real possibility of going back to court. Because this evening, some couples are now questioning the legality of the new marriage lie senses now that Davis has removed her name. It could land her back in jail, and this evening, Davis telling our own Paula Faris, she is prepared to go there, if necessary. Reporter: Tonight, Kim Davis is standing firm, still not signing those marriage licenses. Though her deputies are. Your name is not on those licenses. In your mind, are they still valid? They're not valid in god's eyes, for one. And you know, I think the authority -- I have given no authority to write a marriage license. Reporter: To defend that principle, Davis spent six days in jail. One of the voters who finally received a marriage license said that he finally felt human. People will question, why is your moral conscience, Kim, more important than someone else's happiness? I don't think dignity is guaranteed in the constitution. I think dignity is something that you find within yourself. I feel really sad that someone could be so unhappy with themselves as a person that they did not feel dignified as a human being until they got a piece of paper. Reporter: It's not just a piece of paper to some people. And it's not a piece of paper to you. But I mean, that's what took to make him happy. For him to feel dignified as a human being. I just, you know, I don't know. I can't -- it's really sad. Reporter: You've been married four times. You had children in an adulterous relationship. People are calling you a hypocrite. Are you? No. I'm forgiven. Washed clean. Reporter: Paula Faris, ABC news, Morehead, Kentucky.
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