Last July, police officers in Puerto Rico set up a roadblock for drivers. But instead of administering sobriety tests or checking for people driving without their licenses, they preached and distributed religious propaganda. It was a completely illegal thing for the government to do and it led to a formal complaint by the Ateistas de Puerto Rico against the Police Department of Barceloneta City.
Things haven’t gotten any better, it seems. This week, the Puerto Rico Police held an event “Proclaiming the Favorable Year of the Lord” with Christian singer Samuel Hernández as the headliner.
Despite the month-long contract, the billboard was removed from its location just five days later after a business owner complained.
It’s been a while, but I’m happy to say that billboard is now back up in nearby Lenoir City: