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Church Members Sue When Doomsday Fails To Arrive

by @ 10:58 am on July 7, 2010. Filed under Dumbasses, Religion

Somehow, I think that stupidity will be a complete defense to this claim of fraud:

One of two civil claims brought against religious group Agape Ministries may be settled out of court, a lawyer has told the Adelaide District Court.

One of the plaintiffs cannot be named because of a temporary suppression order.

That plaintiff and another former church member, Martin Penney, are suing pastor Rocco Leo and two of his associates, Joe Venziano and Mari-Antionette Veneziano.

They want their money back, claiming they handed over more than $400,000 and $1 million respectively to the church based on lies about a doomsday scenario.

How does that saying go ?

A fool and his money are soon parted.

One Response to “Church Members Sue When Doomsday Fails To Arrive”

  1. Mari-Antoinette? Seriously?

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