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Sammie Jo

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A homeless man faces burglary and hate crime charges after he allegedly robbed four churches, one of which he stole from three times, in Queens, New York, because of his hatred of God, according to prosecutors.
Woznik allegedly told police at the time of his arrest he was "mad at God" and denounced religion, saying his break-ins were an attempt to retaliate.  b9d26b51fa3c36b5675e37c0b1a5fa1396b02a0e

Source: Homeless Man Allegedly Robbed Queens Churches to 'Get Back at God,' Prosecutors Say | NBC New York http://www.nbcnewyor...l#ixzz4eERZfdlT
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A confused man.

"Weapons are the tools of violence; all decent men detest them."

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A homeless man faces burglary and hate crime charges after he allegedly robbed four churches, one of which he stole from three times, in Queens, New York, because of his hatred of God, according to prosecutors.

 

I can easily believe that some atheists might say they "hate god". I can also easily believe that a policeman might put words into a homeless person's mouth - especially if it gives him the opportunity to upgrade the charges from 'burglary' to 'hate crime'.

 

More likely the homeless man was just spouting cliches for dramatic effect.


Believe nothing you hear and only half what you see.

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I can easily believe that some atheists might say they "hate god". I can also easily believe that a policeman might put words into a homeless person's mouth - especially if it gives him the opportunity to upgrade the charges from 'burglary' to 'hate crime'.

 

More likely the homeless man was just spouting cliches for dramatic effect.

 

 

So many people who really do hate God -- think that they're Atheists.  


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So many people who really do hate God -- think that they're Atheists.  

 

I wish I'd said that :)


Believe nothing you hear and only half what you see.


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