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May 01, 1992 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-01

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ADL Protests
Jesus Statue

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Washington (JTA) — A
Jewish group's letter pro-
testing the display of a
statue of Jesus on the steps
of the U.S. Capitol building
could trigger a review of that
practice, a government
lawyer said.
In the April 27 letter to
George White, architect of
the Capitol, the Anti-
Defamation League objected
to the "unambiguous sec-
tarian religious message"
conveyed by the placement
of the statue.
John Caulfield, general
counsel to the Capitol Police
Board, which sets policy on
displays, said he was un-
aware of any organization
having protested religious
displays. But he said such a
protest could lead to a re-
view of the board's policy on
displays.
Mr. Caulfield said the
three-member board, whose
members are White and the
House and Senate sergeant-
at-arms, has tried to
"maintain the content
neutrality" of its displays.
The Easter-week display
consisted of a life-size figure
of Jesus surrounded by a col-
lection of flowerpots in the
shape of a cross. -
Located near the visitors'
entrance to the building, the
scene "gives the impression
to visitors from abroad that
Christianity is the officially
preferred religion of the
United States government,"
Jess Hordes, ADL's Wash-
ington representative wrote.
This display and other
similar ones have been spon-
sored by Rita Warren of
Fairfax County, Va. She told
the Washington Times in
1989, "We the people own
this building just as the
tourists have a right to come
here."
The Times said that each
weekday "from 9 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. she's out there
with her display — a statue
of Jesus Christ and tablets of
the Ten Commandments —
playing religious or patriotic
music and talking to
visitors."
Michael Lieberman,
ADL's Washington counsel,
said that under a 1987
Supreme Court ruling, such
displays are unconstitu-
tional unless accompanied
by another display that
neutralizes its impact, such
as symbols of another re-
ligion.
Mr. Lieberman was referr-
ing to the court's decision in
County of Allegheny vs.
American Civil Liberties
Union.

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