Dallas Billboard Depicting McVeigh with Satan Stirs Controversy
DAL2001061701 - 17 JUNE 2001 - DALLAS, TEXAS USA: A billboard promoting a Dallas, Texas, radio station has generated controversy and complaints for its depiction of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh being injected by Satan in June, 2001. The billboard went up four days after McVeigh was executed and includes the title of the hard rock song "Highway to Hell" by AC/DC. Officials at the radio station have not commented on the complaints. There are two identical billboards in the Dallas area. rlw/ih/Ian Halperin UPI
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