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Originally posted by TsukiLunar
reply to post by schadenfreude
Why stop at child molestation? How about income tax fraud?
Still all illegal. Why should you be aloud to get away with it?
Or better yet how we FEEL about things, like say the govt?
Not illegal, so no chance of getting arrested.
You're either doing some serious trolling, or you'd make a GREAT informant.
As for your goto hell remark, well feel free to attack me, it's obvious you can't debate yourself out of a paper bag.
there's your video showing you can get arrested for what you SAY.
Originally posted by circlemaker
In older times, (good)priests would go to their deaths before breaking the "seal of confession". Not sure how things are now though.
“The communication was initiated by the pastor – not by the defendant – and was done to ascertain whether the victim was telling the truth, not for the purpose of spiritual guidance,” said Odette.
Originally posted by FortAnthem
this guy is a Baptist minister, not a Catholic so I'm not sure this would even apply to them. .
Originally posted by FlyersFan
In the OJ SImpson case, he had a protestant minister (Rosey Greer) come to his cell and they had a chat. It is said that he confessed during the chat to Rev. Greer but that Greer had no obligation to tell the courts and OJ was protected by his right to talk in confidence to his minister. As it should be.