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Dfw.com
“Commandments monument displayed in Houston near Bible display”
Sat. Nov. 27
12-12-04
Removed from Alabama court building and displayed briefly near another controversy (bible monument in front of Harris County Civil Courts (Houston))
Veterans group is touring it
It weighs 5,280 lb
They’re using a flatbed truck
Kay Staley sued Harris County b/c the “Bible is offensive to non-Christians”
Harris county argued that the bible is a private expression of free speech by a homeless mission
- county not responsible for its contents
- bible part of the display since 1995
- originally erected in 1956 in honor of William Mosher’s contribution to homeless programs like Star of Hope
Harris county pays 93.15 a year for the lighting
Tennessean.com
“Touring Ten Commandments spark fervor at Franklin rally”
Holly Edwards
???
12-12-04
Dozens lined up to look at the touring 10 commandments that were ordered out of an Alabama courthouse two years ago
Rallies being held to promote “God and country”
Roy Moore was ousted by refusing to remove this stone from the rotunda of the Alabama Supreme court
- appealing to supreme court for his job
Moore bought the monument
Tennessean.com
“Touring Ten Commandments spark fervor at Franklin rally”
Holly Edwards
???
12-12-04
American Veterans Standing for God and Country
- removed the monument from a back room at the Alabama Judiciary Building last month
October the tour ends in District of Columbia
“if the gov’t gets involved in promoting or endorsing any religious belief, then everyone’s religious freedom is threatened” – Hedy Weinberg, exec director of the Tennessee American Civil Liberties Union
Even clergy helps support to get rid of 10 Commandments
10 commandments monument tour visits bossier city
amber mobley
11-16-04
www.shreveporttimes.com
Teacher brings class of 7th and 8th graders
73 stops and 15 states at that time
American Veterans in Domestic Defense (AVIDD)
10 commandments monument tour visits bossier city
amber mobley
11-16-04
www.shreveporttimes.com
125 visited
ppl think ACLU is trying to rewrite history
first amendment says that congress hsall make no law prohibiting the free exercise of religion
at least 2 dozen lawsuits like this happening