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PhotosProvided by Little Pencil LLCThe art from the "Jesus Tattoo" bulletin board was included in the lawsuit filed by Little Pencil LLC, the advertising campaign's sponsor, against Lubbock Independent School District on Tuesday.
A civil rights lawsuit filed in federal court Tuesday by the originator of a controversial ad campaign for Jesus last year accuses the city’s largest school district of discrimination and violating his right to free speech. Neither side commented further Wednesday, July 29, on Little Pencil’s suit to force the Lubbock Independent School District to grant its “Jesus Tattoo” ad time on the giant video screen at Lowrey Field — the football stadium in PlainsCapital Park — during the 2014 high school football season. LISD officials declined to comment until they’d been served with the suit, and on Wednesday, Alliance Defending Freedom — which issued a news release Tuesday when the suit was filed in U.S. Alliance Defending Freedom was founded in 1994 as the Christian advocacy group Alliance Defense Fund.
A detailed look at the 30-page complaint provides a broad look at how Lubbock-based Little Pencil has probed at the school district’s policies after LISD rejected a $1,600 deal to include jesustattoo.org’s ad in the video rotation at eight high football games last fall. In addition to allegations LISD is violating Little Pencil’s free speech rights and engaging in discrimination by rejecting the ad while allowing other religious organizations to advertise on school facilities, the suit contends the district was initially untruthful about why it rejected the ad, and then claims the district’s policy banning religious advertising prohibits Little Pencil from receiving the same treatment other Lubbock religious organizations receive.
And, according to the lawsuit, the district’s position is that as a governmental entity, it can’t allow school equipment at a school-sponsored event to be used to deliver a public religious message. According to the suit, Little Pencil was formed by Lubbock businessman David Miller as a different way to promote Christian beliefs through the media.
Miller, a former Texas Tech vice chancellor, is not related to former Lubbock mayor David Miller. The concept behind “jesustattoo.org’s” advertising is a combination of billboards, television advertising and a website depicting Jesus as a tattoo artist, changing people’s negative tattoos to positive ones.
According to the suit, a representative of the RD Thomas advertising agency approached Texas Sports Marketing last July about costs of placing an ad in the Lowrey Field video display rotation.
The suit says Texas Sports Marketing quoted $1,600 for two still image displays lasting at least 15 seconds at each of eight games in October.
During that conversation, the suit says, the RD Thomas representative asked Texas Sports Marketing representative Beverly McBeath if churches were allowed to advertise at Lowrey Field.
McBeath sent the file to Nancy Sharp, LISD’s executive director of media and community relations with a note outlining the overall launch of Little Pencil’s “jesustattoo.org” campaign, the suit says.
Shortly after the ad was submitted, McBeath called RD Thomas to say the district had rejected the ad because of a district policy prohibiting tattoos.

McBeath said the district would again reject the ad “because of its religious message,” the suit says.
Later in October, Miller’s attorneys sent a letter to the district claiming the decision violated Little Pencil’s First Amendment rights and asking that the ad be run.
According to the suit, Lubbock Christian University is an advertiser at Lowrey Field, including the university’s web address.
The suit also notes a sign in the Estacado High School gymnasium promoting the non-denominational Full Armor Ministries. It also points to two signs hanging year-round on fences at Monterey High School — one promoting Bethany Baptist Church, the other for Just Kids Preschool, which is operated by Sunset Church of Christ.
According to the suit, the Bethany Baptist Church sign includes the image of a cross and the church’s web address. This Jesustattoo.org group claims they are a "small anonymous humble group" that just want to spread the "word".
Many gay and lesbian people are being murdered, tortured, and falsely imprisoned due to his influence on legislation in foreign countries.
David Miller and Mark Persall have some deep pockets and their "small humble group" approach is very disinginuous. These are legal battles that will determin what type of influence hate and intolerance will have in our public schools. If you allow this group to play their stupid video on a Jumbotron at a public school event, the next thing you know we will have David Duke as a superintendent. Religious Right (sorry, I'm old school, and Radicals are on the Left, and Reactionaries are on the Right). LISD has been inconsistent in its policies as well as picking and choosing which religious messages are permissible. Westboro Baptist Church stays alive using lawsuits when government entities pick and choose which rights various religious groups get to exercise. As far as I can tell, if the WBC wanted to buy ad time at LISD, LISD would be hard pressed to do more than limit the language used in those ads.
I think the best solution would be for LISD ban any religious messages from any religious groups.

LISD may have been set up, but they allowed policies which makes being set up pretty easy to do. I'm tired of my taxes going to build high school sports venues ,performing art centers, or shiney new administration buildings on 34th St. Topcat, your school property taxes would probably be lower if your Tea Party heroes would fund these schools appropriately. Your tax dollars are already going to a charter school in Lubbock that teaches dinosaur saddle making creationism.
I am still around when locals get tired of the hypocrisy displayed here and sue the daylights out of the offenders.
Anne Juliana Gonzaga became a Servant of Mary following the death of her husband, Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria in 1595, after receiving a vision of the Madonna, to whom her parents had prayed to cure her of a childhood illness?
He is revealed in the ads as then having taken those negative tattoos from others onto his own body. The response to that request, according to the suit, showedLittle Pencil was the only advertising proposal the district has rejected.
However, if some religious advertisements are allowed, and some are not, that causes some problems for those picking and choosing which religious ads are allowable and which ones aren't. I despise the WBC, but I have to support their equal rights to express their religious beliefs anytime other religious groups are allowed to express their religious beliefs. LISD could use the revenue, but that revenue is likely to be nullified by lawsuits like this one. Cummings granted five lawyers with the Scottsdale, Ariz.-based conservative religious group permission to appear locally in the case. It's bad enough that we are forced to support the educrats eternally , and the educrats continuosly oppose school vouchers so our kids could actually get a decent education.

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