US museum won't replace torn controversial art

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
October 8, 2010 04:55

LOVELAND, Colorado — A piece of artwork denounced as obscene by church members and allegedly ripped up by a Montana woman using a crowbar won't be returned to display because of safety concerns, city officials said Thursday.

Kathleen Folden, 56, of Montana, was arrested Wednesday on a charge of criminal mischief. Witnesses told police that she used a crowbar to smash glass shielding the print at the Loveland Museum Gallery and then tore part of it up.


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