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An Abomination Veiled as Justice!

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For the past couple of years, God has placed many blessings on me--some I did not see, some I did and I have seen with time. This day I would see what God wanted me to see and understand right away.

See, even as they escorted me from the courtroom in handcuffs I was at peace and I knew that I would be fine. But there was more. God wanted to humble me and remind me just how far I had come and why he had blessed me these past 2 years, to be his sword against this type of evil that now has its church of worship in our courts, Satan's Church.

When I got to the prison and was placed in the cells with the other prisoners, I had a huge smile on my face. When one of the prisoners asked me why I was smiling so hard, I told him it was because I am free. He immediately replied back to me that just in case I did not notice, I was in jail. I laughed and told him that I was free of my ex-wife. He started laughing and we started talking and I told him how God had given me this peace and that I already knew the outcome of the day.

We started talking more about God and I began to witness for the first time in my life to the men in the cell with me. Some of them were non-believers and some were Muslim, but we all had a very civil conversation about God and religion. While I do not know if any saw a path to follow, all had a seed planted in them.

But it was more than just witnessing. I was to see the abomination of the treatment of human beings that the world thought died with the Nazi's in WWII.

No matter what the crime committed, the people there (the biggest crime was drugs, alcohol and being black in a white county for most) to house prisoners this way was an abomination. But I do believe that the powers that be in Montgomery County Pennsylvania had a reason.

See, the mayor of the borough of Norristown embezzled several million dollars. This left a huge budget shortfall for the county. But how to replace these funds? Based on what I saw and heard from the prisoners the solution the county came up with was "Black Gold".

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Michael C. Morris has been involved in racing since the age of twelve (12) when he took a summer job working at Terry’s Speed Shop located in Phoenixville PA. With the help of his brother John Morris, they teamed up and joined Razzberry Racing. (more...)
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