Contrary to Christian Right mythology, the Ten Commandments are not displayed in the U.S. Supreme Court. In stead, high on the south wall in the courtroom is the figure of Moses holding one tablet, not two, with a few Hebrew words incribed on it.
People will be surprised to learn that none of the religious commandments are displayed. Suprisingly, and most likely intentionally, Adolph A. Weinman, the sculptor who designed the Court's friezes, placed Moses's beard where the word "not" ordinarily would have been. (Note: Hebrew is written right to left.) The result is that the tablet literaly translantes to: "Thou Shall Murder." "Thou Shall Commit Adultery". And "Steal." Thus, if anything, the Supreme Court displays the anti-Ten Commandments. Sacrilege!
Avrahaum G. Segol has brought this matter to the attention of the Supreme Court and the Court has apparently chosen to supress or ignore this information (by not updating its website or literature.