Athena Dean Holtz / Whitworth University & Others

Athena Dean Holtz / Whitworth University & Others

Obvious
Yes, it is “obvious” people at Sound Doctrine Church have to buy clothes and food, and it was obvious they were “friendly,” but why go with the “obvious” when lies are easier to declare? Sounds exactly like ungodly prosecutors down at King County as they also said, “So what” to evidence of truth.

It is “obvious” because every member of Sound Doctrine Church had their own money, personal possessions, and bank accounts.

It is “obvious” because every member of Sound Doctrine Church had their own money, personal possessions, and bank accounts. In fact, I preach what Paul instructed–that everyone is to handle their own money and give freely from their hearts as God wills. You can read it yourself in 2 Corinthians 8:3-5. “Obvious” that is, until Mr. Chevassus and King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg entrenched a hate crime by Athena Dean Holtz to destroy everyone’s livelihood. Hypocrite doesn’t even come close to describing the situation.

Nobody in the Salt Shaker bookstore said anything to remotely suggest the kind of falsity you posted conveniently only a few days after Mr. Fraser’s arrest. Feel free, if you have not already, to contact Detective McCall of the Enumclaw Police Department since he is in charge of protecting hate crimes against unapproved churches he personally does not agree with.
Detective Grant McCall placed himself in charge of spreading such personally damaging slander in an official manner and, along with others, has been doing so for quite some time. Strange how charges come first, then “facts” seem to lead. Of course Detective McCall gave Prosecutor Satterberg exactly the style of cases they enjoy. Prosecutor Seaver in his legal brief applauds Detective McCall for keeping in secret his conduct during the setup.

In the meantime you have the sinful pleasure of knowing you are supporting your opinions of the Bible by condemning an innocent man to life in prison. Such fruits speak of Judas not Jesus. After all, Judas felt Jesus did not care enough for the poor, at least that was his excuse, and became so upset that he went out and had Jesus arrested. Sound familiar?

(Mark 14:10) Some of those present were saying indignantly to one another, “Why this waste of perfume?…” Then Judas Iscariot, one of the Twelve, went to the chief priests to betray Jesus to them.
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