Truth to Power

Lawyer to bible beater: That ain’t what the book says

Lawyer in Alamo case: Bible no defense for abuse

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) – A lawyer suing jailed evangelist Tony Alamo over alleged abuse says the preacher’s right to religious freedom doesn’t allow him to beat children.

In federal court filings this week, W. David Carter wrote that protecting the public trumps constitutional protections afforded to religion. Alamo’s lawyer said in a court filing last week that the Bible requires spanking unruly children, and he suggested that Alamo had permission from church parents to discipline their children.</em>

What a disgusting creep. Throw the book at him- and throw it the hell out of a courtroom, where it has no place at all.

Recently on Ink 19...

Clint Black at Riverside Casino and Resort

Clint Black at Riverside Casino and Resort


Jeremy Glazier reports from this late 2023 concert packed with fantastic music, lighting, and displays that give the feeling of a two-hour Clint Black Live at Riverside Casino and Resort music video.