Starting at 10:30 p.m. “to keep protesters from demonstrating,” a 10 Commandments monument weighing two-tons that was placed on the Oklahoma Capitol grounds in 2012 was moved to private property last night in order to comply with a State Supreme Court order to have it removed.
Its new home is the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, a private think tank located near the original site:
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Workers remove Ten Commandments monument from Oklahoma City Capitol grounds at 10.30pm to keep protes… http://t.co/1ElcHcd13I
— Lee Levy – Dubai Life Coach (@thekingleelevy) October 6, 2015
The 10 Commandments monument has officially been removed from the state Capitol. We're live on… https://t.co/j43mnyDsnP
— Markie Martin (@KOCOmarkie) October 6, 2015
— Ashley Legg ?? (@leggday) October 6, 2015
— Tulsa World (@tulsaworld) October 6, 2015
it's honestly stupid they are removing the 10 commandments monument.
— Dylan Rogers (@dylanrrogers24) October 6, 2015
Yes it is.