The tax evasion indictment against San Diego-based evangelist Morris Cerullo has been dismissed by a judge who ruled federal prosecutors and IRS agents misled the grand jury on the key legal issue in the case.
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On his Web site, Morris Cerullo claims that 2007 will be your year for financial breakthrough, even as he prepares to face charges for lying about his own personal finances.
Evangelist Cerullo is welcomed warmly Three days after being indicted by a federal grand jury in California on allegations he underreported his income by $550,000, evangelist Morris Cerullo kept on his Mission to America schedule Friday and preached to a crowd of enthusiastic Christians in Milwaukee’s Marcus Center for the Performing Arts. A huge banner in Uihlein Hall proclaimed, “There is a power so strong, it makes rulers of this world tremble” and “Come as you are, leave as you’ve always wanted to be.” Blab it and Grab it Morris Cerullo promotes the teaching of the Word-Faith movement, which theologically
He faces three counts of filing false returns Prominent San Diego evangelist Morris Cerullo was indicted by a federal grand jury yesterday on three counts of filing false individual income tax returns, which allegedly underreported his income by $550,000. Blab it and Grab it Morris Cerullo promotes the teaching of the Word-Faith movement, which theologically is a cult of Christianity. Like many Word-Faith teachers, he emphasizes so-called ‘prosperity teachings’ (also known as “Name it and Claim it,” and – more realistically – as “Blab it and Grab it”) The indictment alleges that Cerullo, president of Morris Cerullo World Evangelism, filed
Suit says promises to donors not kept A former executive with televangelist Morris Cerullo‘s ministry has filed a lawsuit saying he was fired after confronting Cerullo about “unethical and fraudulent fund-raising techniques.” John Paul Warren’s suit, filed last month in San Diego Superior Court, is the second such lawsuit this year against Cerullo, a 68-year-old San Diego-based evangelist known for his cable network and worldwide crusades. Another former executive sued in March, saying he resigned after confronting Cerullo about unspecified “fund-raising abuses.” Both suits were filed by the same lawyer. Cerullo, whose ministry says it has trained 1.3 million people