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WHEN did men of the cloth become media whores?
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Contact: Rev. Rob Schenck, 703-447-7686; Dane Rose, 202-546-8329 ext. 106, both of the National Clergy Council

WASHINGTON, June 27 /Christian Wire Service/ -- The Reverend Rob Schenck (pronounced SHANK), president of the National Clergy Council and a principal organizer of large scale Ten Commandments demonstrations in Montgomery, Alabama, during the summer of 2003, will be outside the United States Supreme Court on June 27, to await a decision in two critical Ten Commandments cases.

Rev. Schenck will be joined by the Reverends Kenneth Johnson and Phil Fulton of Adams County, Ohio, defendants in a current Ten Commandments case involving court ordered removal of displays from in front of four public schools there, as well as by Bernard Reese and David New, lawyers in the pending Supreme Court Ten Commandments cases.

The office of public information at the US Supreme Court is reporting that today, Monday, will be the last day the court will file opinions before its summer recess.

Press Conference Details---

When: Today, June 27, at 10 AM

Where: In front of the U.S. Supreme Court

Who: The National Clergy Council's president Rev. Rob Schenck; Reverends Kenneth Johnson and Phil Fulton of Adams County, Ohio, defendants in a current Ten Commandments case involving court ordered removal of displays from in front of four public schools there; Bernard Reese and David New, lawyers in the pending Supreme Court Ten Commandments cases.

Why: Comments on court's decision on the two Ten Commandments display cases.

http://www.earnedmedia.org/ncc0627.htm
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