A Ten Commandments display erected on Arkansas’ state capitol grounds Tuesday was toppled within hours by a man who’s also been accused of destroying a Ten Commandments display in neighboring Oklahoma. “Chris Powell, a spokesman with the Secretary of State’s Office, said he was called early Tuesday and told a man drove a vehicle through the monument,” Arkansas Online reported. “That driver — identified in an arrest report as Michael Tate Reed of Van

Buren — was arrested by Capitol police shortly after, Powell said. News reports indicate Reed was previously accused of destroying a Ten Commandments monument in Oklahoma.” On what is believed to his Facebook profile, Reed, 32, posted a short video of himself driving into the Ten Commandments display, shouting “Freedom!” just before impact. Earlier this week, a 6-foot tall granite Ten Commandments monument was built on the capitol grounds with money raised by the American Heritage and History Foundation.  READ MORE