Category Archives: Uganda

A Legal Setback in the SMUG Case

Friends, Today (23 September) Federal Judge Michael Ponsor denied my motion to allow me to appeal his denial of my Motion to Dismiss the outrageous SMUG lawsuit.  Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) has sued me for “Crimes Against Humanity” for preaching … Continue reading

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Report from the Court

 With my legal team in front of the courthouse: L to R Harry Mihet, Me, Steve Crampton, and Philip Moran Read Brian Camenker’s extensive coverage of the hearing here:  http://www.massresistance.org/docs/gen2/13a/lively_hearing_010713/index.html The January 7th court hearing in the case of SMUG … Continue reading

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Why I Endorse the Revised Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda

Now that Uganda’s so-called “kill the gays” bill has been revised to drop the death penalty and reportedly add provisions for prevention and therapy of homosexuality I think there may be room for tentative support in the Christian community in … Continue reading

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Major Breaking News on Uganda

World Net Daily has just published a major story on Uganda, where  President Museveni has publicly repented for the sins of the nation in  the model of 2 Chron 7:14 on the 50th anniversary of the country’s  independence.  It also … Continue reading

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My Analysis of the SMUG Lawsuit

On March 23, 2012 I was served with a summons on a civil complaint for Crimes Against Humanity of Persecution, filed in Federal District Court in Springfield, MA on behalf of Sexual Minorities of Uganda (SMUG) by the Center for … Continue reading

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Motion to Dismiss SMUG Lawsuit

Liberty Counsel, my attorneys in the SMUG lawsuit attempting to find me liable for “Crimes Against Humanity” for preaching against homosexuality in Uganda  have filed the following motion to dismiss the case. Wow.  It still seems surreal to relate that … Continue reading

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