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shuamort

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Drapes removed from Justice Department statue
With barely a word about it, workers at the Justice Department Friday removed the blue drapes that have famously covered two scantily clad statues for the past 3 1/2 years.

Spirit of Justice, with her one breast exposed and her arms raised, and the bare-chested male Majesty of Law basked in the late afternoon light of Justice's ceremonial Great Hall.

The drapes, installed in 2002 at a cost of $8,000, allowed then-Attorney General John Ashcroft to speak in the Great Hall without fear of a breast showing up behind him in television or newspaper pictures. They also provoked jokes about and criticism of the deeply religious Ashcroft.
 

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Hell ya! The media has a great time trying to get statements under it for a laugh.
 

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Were all talking about the wrong body part here...he's a weiner.

If you know anything about anything ya gotta know that Ms. Justice has had a wardrobe malfunction for the past hundred years +

Andrew
 
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