Romanian convict sues God. Case declined.

[The following is quoted verbatim. English is not the reporter’s first language. Probably not his second either.]

After two years of debates, Romanian prosecutors stoped the investigations in weird case of “Mircea vs God”.

In 2005, Pavel Mircea, who serve for 20 years in prison for murder, sued God because He did’nt protected him from troubles, as He promises at christening time, and the God left him to Satan, who stimulate him for murder.

Additionally, Mircea accused God for bribery and fraud and asked back the money spended with candles and religious services.

The attorney decided don’t begin the criminal investigation versus God.

They argumentated God don’t have a residence where the Prosecutor’s Office send a subpoena.


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