Satanic Temple sees Arkansas as possible monument location July 06, 2015 21:07 GMT
By ALLEN REEDAssociated Press
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) -- A group advocating for separation of church and state may propose that a Satanic statue be placed outside the Arkansas Statehouse after their first choice of the Oklahoma Capitol grounds was scuttled by a state Supreme Court ruling barring all religious monuments.
The Satanic Temple says Arkansas' approval of a Ten Commandments display gives the group a right to erect the statue.
Oklahoma's Supreme Court last week ordered the Ten Commandments display outside the Capitol building in Oklahoma City taken down because the state constitution bars the government from doing anything to benefit a religion.
The group says Arkansas is an alternative site for the 8 1/2-foot-tall Baphomet statue, depicting Satan as a goat-headed figure. Arkansas legislators have passed a bill similar to one establishing Oklahoma's Ten Commandments monument.
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