Court: Ohio judge must remove 10 Comm...

Court: Ohio judge must remove 10 Commandments

There are 1 comment on the WYFX-TV Youngstown story from Feb 3, 2011, titled Court: Ohio judge must remove 10 Commandments. In it, WYFX-TV Youngstown reports that:

A federal appeals court in Cincinnati has upheld a ruling that says an Ohio judge violated the U.S. Constitution by displaying a poster containing the Ten Commandments in his courtroom and must remove it.

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ohio wrangler

Kent, OH

#1 Feb 3, 2011
We need to have demonstrations to put God back into courts, and other public places. How can a small number of people force this one the majority? Our courts know damned well that the constitution had no intention of removing God from every day life. They twist things to their own purposes. It is things like this that have led to so many being rude to others, hurting others, just our general moral decay. And then our legislators don't understand why we have gangs and so much violence.

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