Video of two men suspected of toppling a Ten Commandments monument has been made public as part of the police investigation.
The incident happened Sept. 21. at the Faith and Action, a Christian outreach ministry, across from the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.
The 3-foot-by-3-foot granite monument weighs 850 pounds and was displayed out front of the headquarters.
The group installed the commandments in a garden outside its offices so that it'd be visible to justices arriving at the high court.
Faith and Action President Rev. Rob Schenck said his organization won't press charges, saying he wasn't angry about the vandalism.
He claimed the vandals actually helped the organization get one clear message out: "We all violate the Ten Commandments" and "We all violate God's rules."
Schenck told CBN News he just wants the suspects to have lunch with him and explain what it is they have against the Ten Commandments.