Jackson County Sheriff Tim Fee who also was advised to remove the Ten Commandments hang on the wall of his office, said he was very unhappy about the whole situation.
"In my opinion, a mistake was made when the Ten Commandments were taken out of the homes and schools," he
"I saw no wrong by it hanging in the courthouse that is what our nation was built on.
I feel we all have the freedom to worship as we choose and it is time for all our Christian people to get on their knees and pray.
If people don't like the way we live and worship in our county, they can ride the same horse out they rode in on."
said Tuesday morning "when drug court began in the court room several of the participants asked us what happened to the Ten Commandments when they saw the empty wall behind the judge.