drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

More Reasons To Bomb Canada ( The Rev. Lonnie W. Latham Crisis.... )

The arrest of a former Southern Baptist church leader on charges of propositioning an undercover policeman was unconstitutional, his attorney argued at trial in Oklahoma City on Thursday.

The Rev. Lonnie W. Latham had supported a resolution calling on gays and lesbians to reject their "sinful, destructive lifestyle" before his Jan. 3, 2006, arrest outside the Habana Inn in Oklahoma City.

According to the Associated Press, authorities say he asked the undercover policeman to come up to his hotel for oral sex.
Prosecutors say the government has a legitimate interest in regulating offers for lewd acts. Both sides have agreed Latham never offered money to the undercover officer and the police report will be the only evidence presented, reports News On 6.

According to the AP, the American Civil Liberties Union of Oklahoma has filed a brief claiming that Latham’s arrest also violated his right to free speech.

[ cf Former Baptist Leader Tried For Soliciting Gay Sex ]

ACLU comes out to back the Gay Terrorist Cliques Everywhere in their Persecution Of White Christain America, even when it the case of a reverend from the ....

Oh Dear....

Let us Just Bomb Canada and be done with it...
Tags: bomb_canada, religion, war

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