Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Pastor Juan McFarland Gestapo Deacon Marc Anthoni Peacock Threatened Other Deacons With Castle Law


Pastor Juan McFarland who announced he has HIV and slept with some women in his church is standing his ground.  In our opinion, he may seem to be a very cruel person, but he's very daring while not taking down for anyone.  Pastor McFarland and his head deacon, Gestapo Marc Peacock allegedly threatened other deacons with the Castle Law, which would give them the right to use deadly force if they step on the premises of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church. 

According to PimpPreacher.com, deacons claim that McFarland ally Marc Anthoni Peacock, angry after the 80-2 vote to oust McFarland on Oct. 5, told the deacons that if they showed up to attend services again, he would invoke “castle law,” also known as “castle doctrine.  Julian McPhillips, attorney for the deacons, said on phone and in the lawsuit that the remark about self-defense was a not-so-veiled threat to “shoot (the deacons).”  The castle doctrine varies in states and nations, but is generally seen as giving property owners the right to use force, up to deadly force, to halt an intruder.  

 In the meantime, we will keep Pastor McFarland and his church in our prayers.

Pastor Juan McFarland Gestapo Deacon Marc Anthoni Peacock Threatened Other Deacons With Castle Law: Right To Use Deadly Force

The situation in Montgomery just sunk below rock bottom as we just received word of a lawsuit filed against Pastor Juan McFarland and Deacon Marc Anthoni Peacock, by the ousted Deacons. The lawsuit is claiming that the Elders of the church have been threaten with the Castle Law - which  gives Pastor Juan McFarland and his Gestapo Deacon the right to...Read full article, here.

Source and Photo: PimpPreacher.com

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