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Saturday, 26 June 2010

Pastor at Center of Jamaica Crime Controversy Charged | Christianity Today | A Magazine of Evangelical Conviction


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Pastor at Center of Jamaica Crime Controversy Charged | Christianity Today | A Magazine of Evangelical Conviction: "Jamaican evangelical pastor who helped defuse a situation said to have claimed over 70 lives in the capital city of Kingston, has now been charged by police for his own actions in the conflict.
Some call Al Miller, pastor of Kingston's prominent Fellowship Tabernacle, a crime-fighting hero. Others are saying he went outside the law. And Jamaican authorities have accused him of standing in the way of justice.
When police arrested alleged Kingston drug lord Christopher 'Dudus' Coke June 22, Miller was with him in the car—driving, according to one report from the Jamaica Observer. Coke wanted Miller's help getting to the U.S. embassy in Kingston, where he would 'feel more comfortable' turning himself over to authorities, Miller told the Jamaica Gleaner. According to the Observer, Miller has been charged with 'harbouring a fugitive and perverting the course of justice' after two days of questioning by Jamaican authorities."


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