May 30, 2009

Update: Deadline set in banned Bible study case

Update: Deadline set in banned Bible study case

The sequence of events developed this way.
"On April 10, 2009, Good Friday, a female county employee came to the Joneses' residence. The county employee appeared in the front yard and proceeded to take pictures of our clients' home," the letter said. "She noticed the Joneses' daughters in the front yard and asked to speak with their mother. Although she did not provide any paper work or identification, subsequent information obtained by the WCLP leads us to believe that the county employee who went to the Joneses' residence was Code Enforcement Officer Cherie Cham."
"Do you have a regular weekly meeting in your home? Do you sing? Do you say 'amen'?" the official reportedly asked. "Do you say, 'Praise the Lord'?"
The pastor's wife answered yes.

This one story I can't seem to help myself in following ... read the rest of this story. Free Speech under attach with a few others as well, like freedom of releigion, freedom to assembly and no doubt some others. Do not allow this to happen in your home town.

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