‘I Don’t See None of Them as Victims. I See Them as Getting What They Deserve!!’ Pastor, Now in Jail, Said in June
A controversial Brunswick, Georgia pastor who launched an attack on the LGBT community after the Orlando Pulse terror attack, hate crime, and mass shooting, is in jail today after being arrested for child molestation. Pastor Kenneth Adkins, who calls himself a Bishop and who fought against an LGBT nondiscrimination law, was arrested Friday morning on two counts of child molestation, including aggravated child molestation.
An investigation by state and local officials that began earlier this month “focused on suspected molestation in several locations in the Brunswick area including at Adkins’ church, a vehicle and a victim’s home,” The Florida Times-Union reports, citing Stacy Carson, special agent in charge of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s Kingsland office.
I spoke with Ken Adkins' wife. She read a formal statement and told me she loves her husband. @ActionNewsJax pic.twitter.com/Q1IoEQtqBE
— Kaitlyn Chana (@KaitlynANjax) August 26, 2016
Adkins, after the OrlandoPulse attack, had tweeted, “been through so much with these Jacksonville Homosexuals that I don’t see none of them as victims. I see them as getting what they deserve!!”
He also tweeted: “Dear Gays, Go sit down somewhere. I know y’all want some special attention; yall are Sinners who need Jesus. This was an attack on America.”
And: “It is a shame that Jax Gays are trying to use the Orlando Massacre as Blackmail to force the City to pass The HRO! Shame, Shame, Shame!”
Pastor Adkins’ Twitter bio claims he is “one of the most Respected Black Conservative Voices in America.” His tweets are now protected.
Source: The New Civil rights Movement
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