This insurance company spied on a private church function. First they apologized. Now they defend their actions.
Category: Bizarre News
The president of an insurance company that hired private investigators to spy on clients during a church confessional issued a public apology Thursday. That may not be enough.
No one knew the couple wasn’t actually interested in joining the church. Instead, they were private investigators hoping two church members, Bill and Leandra Pitts, would spill something they could use to discredit the pair in an ongoing lawsuit over a traffic accident.
The Tularosa man who claims God delivered new revelations to him via an electronic chair “God’s Comfort Chair,” as he calls it handed seven copies of the message, a booklet he called “God’s New Revelations” to his wife, Nelly, on Saturday.
A Tularosa man invented what he calls the “ultimate machine,” a high technology, multi-purpose apparatus that for many years gathered dust. When he turned it on recently, he said it did something completely unexpected.
On the face of it, the Bishop of Carlisle and the young man who staggered blazing from that Jeep at Glasgow Airport on Saturday afternoon don’t have a lot in common….
An ignorant priest claims she is a member of two religions whose teachings are mutually contradictory.
The highest court in Malaysia yesterday rejected a Muslim-born woman’s appeal to be recognised as a Christian, ending a six-year legal battle that will heighten concerns over discrimination of the country’s religious minorities.
In many historically Christian countries, the buns are traditionally eaten on Good Friday, with the cross standing as a symbol of the crucifixion.
Some UK schools are dropping the Holocaust from history lessons to avoid offending Muslim pupils, a Governmentbacked study has revealed.