Bob Ritter, 7/26/2010 - 2:52pm "E. Raiford - as a member of the Supreme Court Bar, I can attest to the fact that the Ten Commandments are not etched on the large front doors entering the courtroom of the Supreme Court. And did you know that so-called Ten Commandments that Moses is holding on the South Wall Frieze actually command people to "murder," "steal" and "commit adultery." (Transcript, Pleasant Grove City v. Summum (page 9). The sculptor -- Adolph Weinman -- played quite a joke on the Supreme Court. Religious monuments don't belong on public property because state property is to benefit all, not just persons of a single faith."
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