Arkansas' new Ten Commandments monument was smashed to pieces early Wednesday by someone driving a vehicle into it less than 24 hours after the granite statue was placed on state Capitol grounds. (June 28)
The Latest on the destruction of Arkansas' Ten Commandments monument outside the state Capitol (all times local): 9:15 a.m. The lawmaker behind a Ten Commandments monument at the Arkansas state … Click to Continue »
The Associated Press reports: Arkansas’ new Ten Commandments monument was smashed to pieces early Wednesday by someone driving a vehicle into it less than 24 hours after the 6-foot (1.8 meter) granite statue was placed on state Capitol grounds. Show More Summary
Arkansas’ new Ten Commandments monument was smashed to pieces early Wednesday by someone who drove a vehicle into it less than 24 hours after the 6-foot granite statue was placed on the state Capitol’s grounds. Secretary of state’s spokesman Chris Powell said Capitol Police arrested a man in connection...
Less than 24 hours after going up, the Ten Commandments monument outside the Arkansas State Capitol building has been destroyed.And the alleged vandal is a self-described "born again Christian" and "Jesus Freak."
Stone monument broken into multiple pieces by vehicle driven on state Capitol grounds
Arkansas installed a Ten Commandments monument on the state's Capitol grounds on Tuesday, and a civil liberties group pledged a court challenge, saying it showed an unconstitutional government preference for a certain religion. Legislators...Show More Summary
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