Vandals hit Georgia parish
CWN - April 25, 2011
Vandals spray-painted a statue of Jesus at a Catholic church in Georgia on Easter Sunday morning, and painted symbols used in Satanic practices on the walls of the church.
The marble statue was smeared with pink paint, and pentagrams were sprayed on the walls. Police said that they are exploring the possibility--which seems a certainty--the the vandalism was motivated by hatred for the Catholic Church.
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