Friday, April 29, 2011
The Chrisagis Brothers sing "American Man", one of their many patriotic songs. The Brothers are being booked all over the United States for all the Tea Party Gatherings. This song has become an anthem for this country to return to it's morals, values and integrity with God in the center of it all.
From our friends @ American Jesus
From our friends @ American Jesus
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Aaron 'Soulja' Witcher, 38, was ordered to serve two terms of five years to life in prison for two counts of rape, a first-degree felony, by 2nd District Judge Ernie Jones. The sentences are to be served concurrently.
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Witcher, who met the then 15-year-old girl while working as the youth ministries leader at the Genesis Project in Ogden, was originally charged with eight counts of rape. The six additional counts were dismissed in exchange for the man's guilty plea.
Benson police reported that Johnson, a minister who visits patients at a Benson nursing home, had several encounters with a 64-year-old woman who has a diminished mental capacity.
According to a statement released by Liberty Commons Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, a nurse at the facility noticed Johnson engaged in "inappropriate conduct" toward a resident in the facility.
Read More: Paul Burke Johnson
Johnson is pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Dunn and is a member of the board of ministers at Campbell University Divinity School.
Court records show Vincent Brookfield is accused of sexually abusing a 7-year-old girl between April 2, 2003 and April 2, 2004 and the same female when she was between the ages of 11 and 14 from April 2, 2007 to November 29, 2010.
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An Internet search shows Vincent Brookfield was the pastor of Evangelism and Outreach at the New Hope Baptist Church in Tulsa. The church's website shows he is no longer employed at the church.
Pastor Philip Caminiti, 53, is charged in Dane County Circuit Court with eight felony counts of conspiracy to commit child abuse, and his brother, John Caminiti, is charged with four felony counts of inflicting mental harm on a child and four felony counts of child abuse. Six other church members, including two of Philip Caminiti’s children and their spouses, also face child abuse charges.
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The children allegedly abused ranged in age from two months to six years. The pastor allegedly told investigators that a child became old enough for spanking using a rod at the age of 18 months.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Police in Montgomery, Ala., arrested Barry Albert Cook on Thursday. Cook, 47, was placed in the Montgomery County Detention Facility. He remained jailed Tuesday in lieu of $500,000 bail, according to online jail records.
The former pastor also had an outstanding warrant for domestic violence in the third degree.
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Alabama television station WSFA reported that the victim was a boy younger than 12.
The pastor of the Walk of Life Christian Center is out of custody. Prosecutors say he molested an 11-year-old boy over a three year period.
Judge James Piampiano ruled on several motions today. He decided the evidence presented to the grand jury was legally sufficient. He also denied a request by the defense to lower bail.
Read More: Joe Flowers
Flowers' trial is scheduled for June 6.
Joe David Nelms, 47, was booked into Orange County Jail to await trial on eight felony counts of lewd acts upon a child under 14, said Jim Amormino, a spokesman with the Orange County Sheriff's Department.
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Prosecutors say Nelms, then 29, met the girl in 1993 while working as a youth pastor at Pacific Coast Church in San Clemente. Authorities allege that over a three year period he sexually assaulted the girl at the church and in a car.
Sheriff’s Office Investigator Capt. Tim Bay said the investigation into Davis, 63, began in September 2010 when the alleged victim told another preacher that she had been assaulted. The preacher contacted Bay, who began looking into the allegations.
Read More: Owen Deane Davis
The woman was in the United States illegally when she was hired to work for Davis. He asked her to sign a confidentiality agreement that he later said was a contract requiring her to do anything — even sex.
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Keemonta Peterson, 29, of Portland, told police she decided to circumcise her baby at home after reading the Bible. She said she watched some YouTube videos about circumcisions before making the attempt.
After the 3-month-old boy suffered two hours of uncontrolled bleeding, she called 911 and the baby was rushed to a hospital where he was initially listed in critical condition.
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According to the prosecutor, a doctor described the baby's condition upon arrival at the hospital as life-threatening, and the pain as immense.
Jackson is currently serving as the pastor of discipleship and evangelism for the First Baptist Church on Sidney Avenue, but the allegations stem from a previous job.
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Forty-eight-year-old Tonto Sylvester Corbin Sr. of Salisbury was arrested March 5 on two counts of sex abuse of a minor, two counts each of third- and fourth-degree sex offenses, as well as second-degree assault.
Corbin is the pastor of Jesus Saves House of Prayer and Refuge. According to investigators, on Sept. 1 and Nov. 25 of last year, Corbin allegedly had sex with a 15-year-old girl who attended Corbin's church.
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Corbin is a registered sex offender in both Maryland and Wicomico County. According to the sex offender registry, Corbin was convicted of second-degree rape in 2003. Court records also reveal that Corbin served time in prison following an involuntary manslaughter conviction in August 2005.
Tuesday at a preliminary hearing, a San Bernardino County judge ruled that there is enough evidence for Rev. Alejandro Jose Castillo to go to trial. He is charged with seven felony counts.
Prosecutors said Castillo was a pastor of Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Ontario when he molested the boy in 2008, but has been removed.
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Parishioners affiliated with the group, "Coalition to Exonerate Fr. Alex" raised $24,000 to bail Castillo out of jail. His arraignment is set for April 28.
63-year old Eddie Prince of Hernando was arrested Friday and dismissed. Prince is also a minister at Oak Grove Baptist Church.
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He's accused of using a computer at the public library to view and download child pornography.
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Reverend Friday Archy, 51, screamed at his victim: 'I told you to go, if you stay here you will die,' before plunging the knife into his neck, armpit and chest.
The holyman claimed the injuries to Ben Donetus were karma for being a sinning homeless person.
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Friday, April 8, 2011
Police said Pitts was arrested on 15 counts of first-degree rape, 15 counts of rape by instrumentation, 20 counts of lewd or indecent acts with children under 16 and 20 counts of forcible sodomy. He is on suicide watch, police said.
Investigators said the abuse went on for months.
Read More: Tommy Pitts
The sheriff said Pitts tried unsuccessfully to shoot himself then crashed his vehicle into a semi in traffic.
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Monday, April 4, 2011
That brought to 24 the number of people killed in Afghanistan since Friday, when a mob overran United Nations offices in the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif, killing seven United Nations international staff members.
The police fired into crowds Saturday, killing 9 people and wounding 81, all by gunshots, but were more restrained on Sunday, as representatives of the protesters met with government officials in an effort to defuse the violence.
Still, 40 more people were wounded and 2 more killed Sunday in the confrontations between the police and protesters. Two policemen were killed over the two days here, apparently because some of the protesters were armed and shot back at them.
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TheQuran was burned at a Gainesville, Fla., church on March 20 under the supervision of Terry Jones, a nondenominational evangelical pastor.
However, his latest stunt received very little publicity. On the Dove World Outreach Center website Pastor Jones announced a trial date."International judge the Quran day. Yes. We are going to do it," Jones said.
"The Quran, if found guilty, can be burned," said Jones. And after six hours of testimony in front of 30 spectators and a crew from an Orlando film school, it was burned.
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Following the stunt, "basically all" of Jones' parishioners have left his church and he has received more than 300 death threats.