Scott Lively in Uganda

As seen on Brighteon.TV, Dr. Lively tells the whole fascinating story of fighting the 6 1/2 year, $1.5 million SMUG v Lively US federal lawsuit accusing him of “Crimes Against Humanity” for opposing the LGBT agenda in Uganda. It was the chapter of his life that taught him that “persecution is the refiner’s fire,” but which culminated in a miraculous redemptive ending.

The Smug v Lively lawsuit ridiculously claimed Pastor Lively was responsible for the murder of Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) founder David Kato.

Even though they knew at the time of filing the civil lawsuit that Kato had been murdered by one of their own: a young “gay” prostitute whom Kato had bailed out of jail to be his live-in lover and house boy. When Kato failed to pay him, the young man bashed his brains in with a hammer.

The woman to the left of David Kato is Val Kalende, who became the lead plaintiff after Kato’s death.

Judge Michael Ponsor, in a severe abuse of his high office, allowed this travesty of justice to continue for four full years before finally dismissing the case for lack of jurisdiction — but used his order of dismissal to add his personal non-binding and factually unsupported opinion that Lively was indeed guilty, forcing Lively and his legal team at Liberty Counsel to appeal their “win” to have Ponser’s hateful rhetoric stricken from the order. Why? Because the opposing counsel at the ironically-named Center for Constitutional Rights said they intended to use the fake “ruling” in the dismissal to deceive foreign courts into prosecuting pro-family defendants internationally, by fraudulently fostering the impression in the minds of foreign judges that this “ruling” had binding authority in the US. After another 1 1/2 years at the federal appeals court, the higher court affirmed in writing that it had NO binding authority, ending the nearly seven-year long saga.


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