Religious Persecution: Going After the Wrong People

Member Discrimination, Social Justice

In the early 1970s the Seattle Police were dealing with some serious threats to the community. There were robbers, vandals, criminals assaulting innocent civilians, and worse, happening daily in the city. Luckily, the SPD had their priorities straight; the police knew the true threat to the city came from criminals and degenerates who are drinking alcohol at The Monastery Read More

Threat to Society: The Unsung Hero

Member Freedom of Religion, Social Justice

George Freeman was convicted and disgraced from society for providing a safe place for people to come and express themselves. Teenagers looking for a foothold to jump the fence and go over to the dark side were shown a responsible way to spend their time at his institution. At the time, this was considered to be a gross endeavor. Read More