WV Religious Group Rejects Driver's License Photos as "Mark of the Beast"
A few Islamic women refuse to have photos on their driver's licenses, or photos only with full coverage. Now a fundamentalist Christian preacher and his group say that driver's license photos and Real ID are "the mark of the Beast" and they will not participate without exemptions.
A handful of people who believe digitized photos on state driver's licenses could be the beginning of the biblical "mark of the beast" will receive special licenses from the Division of Motor Vehicles today.
Phil Hudok, a Randolph County teacher who previously refused to enforce school rules requiring students to wear bar-coded identification badges because it violated his religious beliefs, will be one of the first.