Satanic Exhibit in the Vegas Courthouse
*Editor’s Note: While we find the photos offensive and disturbing, we believe everyone has a right to decide for themselves. So, they are presented here for you.
by Shari Dovale
One of the nicer parts of being in Vegas was the art display in the Lloyd George Federal Courthouse. Right in front, they had several photographs displayed of Classic’ Vegas. You might find Frank Sinatra or Marilyn Monroe, Elvis or Ann Margaret. Some of the photographs were of the older casinos. They were well done and historical.
Yesterday saw the removal of these beautiful photos, and they were replaced with drawings and paintings depicting evil. Now, you will see goat heads, dismemberment, bird men kidnapping women or children, and references to the Evil King. I am told that these are all textbook references to Satanism and Satanic beliefs.
These are reportedly created by local high school students. Their teacher said to one of the complainants, “They are learning that they don’t identify people by their faces.”
They were hung in the very front of the courthouse, next to the main entrance, just in time for a group of children to peer and gaze upon them during a field trip today.
When asked bout this satanic display, the courthouse workers all ‘passed the buck’. No one wanted to take responsibility for authorizing this evil exhibit. The General Services Administration (GSA) in the courthouse gave a group of complaining citizens the contact information to file complaints:
However, when asked outside the facility how they felt about the display, most of the Federal employees were appalled. They were not happy about having to view the evil pictures every day at work.
After the complaints were made, they staff removed 2 of the offending paintings. They removed two that depicted nudes. The other paintings remained.
“To come into a public facility that we pay for, our tax dollars pay for and support, and then to be subjected to something that is so obviously evil, it’s disgusting,” said Wendy Leatham.
*photo credit: Thanks to Raja Dee for providing the pics for the article.
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