This Week In Holy Crimes

Over the last seven days….

: Pastor Bernard Squires indicted for distributing child pornography.
New York: Pastor Samuel Solanky charged with defrauding investors of over $2M. Some of those Solanky ripped off knew him from his TV ministry.
California: Father Denis Lyons charged with four felony counts of lewd conduct with a minor under the age of 14. Lyons was charged with similar crimes several years ago but the charges were dismissed due to the statute of limitations. This pedophile priest has cost his diocese more than $4M in civil settlements since 2001.
Florida: Pastor Rodney McGill and his wife face 170 years in prison after being convicted of mortgage fraud. McGill used his radio ministry to invite listeners to enter a drawing to “win” his advice on real estate investment. He and his wife then stole over $1M from banks by using his followers as straw buyers for properties that the McGills already owned.
Alabama: Pastor Timothy Tillman charged with the 2005 murder of his wife and forging checks in her name.
Arkansas: Televangelist Tony Alamo found guilty on ten counts of child molestation, rape, and sexual assault.

This week’s winners:
New Jersey: Rabbi Saul Kassin, Rabbi Mordchai Fish, Rabbi Lavel Schwartz, Rabbi Eliahu Ben Haim and Rabbi Edmund Nahum arrested for money laundering, selling human body parts, and selling counterfeit luxury goods. The complex schemes allegedly involve setting up fictitious charities so that accomplices could take tax deductions on the laundered cash. Anti-Semites on some internet forums are already making claims that the human organs were harvested from dead/murdered Palestinians.