Utah Park to be Overcrowded with Donated Monuments; Little League Baseball Brings Lawsuit!

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Wednesday, 12 November 2008

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Kids protest destruction of little league baseball field

A Utah park that has been displaying a donated monument to the The Ten Commandments has been ordered by the Supreme Court that now they must accept displays dgiven by any and all groups to guarantee freedom of religious expression.

The Seven Aphorisms of Summum, the Four Pillars of Islam, the 619 Laws of the Torah and Roman Catholicism's 1,932 regulations have already been delivered. On order to the park are the Quaker five principles, Luther's Theses, Alcoholics Anonymous 12 Steps, the Code of Hammurabi, Jehovah's Witnesses Seven Testimonies, The Eight Beatitudes, the Six Antitheses, ET's Phone Messages Home and The One Hundred Bottles of Beer on the Wall.

The Little League Baseball national committee announced that they will be bringing a law suit against the park's department for destroying the children's baseball diamond with monuments.

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