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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Lucien Greaves
Satanic Temple leader Lucien Greaves says he's happy that Westboro Baptist Church founder Fred Phelps Sr. is near death, and that he can't wait to perform a Pink Mass ceremony at the man's gravesite — a bizarre cult-like rite aimed at turning a soul gay.
Last week, the New York-based Satanic Temple garnered a lot of free publicity by releasing a drawing of a proposed statue of Satan at the Oklahoma state Capitol to be placed near a Ten Commandments monument.
Members of the Satanic Temple have unveiled their design for a 7-foot-tall statue of the devil they want to locate at the Capitol building in Oklahoma, right next to a monument of the Ten Commandments that has stood since 2012.
Self-declared satanists in Oklahoma are seeking to erect a statue at the Statehouse, right next to a monument of the Ten Commandments.
Mr. Greaves clarified that he was never formally charged with any misdemeanor.
Mr. Greaves also said in his email that the reported claims of charges over a photograph of him at the gravesite never came to fruition, either.