Friday, November 11, 2011

Satan Attacks the Two Witnesses

It Has Begun! Two Witnesses Fulfillment of Prophecy!

In a Wicked World, Ronald Weinland is NO DIFFERENT!

Ronald Weinland indicted on tax evasion charges!

Satan launches major attack on the Two Witlesses... er.. Witnesses who have been living high off the hog on the dime of their deluded followers.

The Two Witnesses ARE in the news! (Fulfillment of one of the Thunders! Woooo!!!)

WCPO TV 9 Report

WKRC Channel 12 (That's right WKRC in Cincinnati! Haa!)

Cincinnati.com

WLWT TV

FOX 19 TV

Lexington Herald Leader

Press Release from the US Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky

PRESS RELEASE

November 10, 2011
COVINGTON — A Union, Ky., minister was indicted today by a federal grand jury in Covington for attempting to evade thousands of dollars in income taxes.
A Union, Ky., minister was indicted today by a federal grand jury in Covington for attempting to evade thousands of dollars in income taxes.
The Indictment alleges that Ronald Weinland, 62, attempted to evade taxes in the amount of $357,065 over a period of five years starting in 2005.
Robert Weinland’s alleged acts of evasion included filing tax returns, understating his gross income, using church funds for personal expenses and failing to claim those funds as income on his income tax returns, and failing to report the existence of a bank account in Switzerland. He also allegedly failed to report any interest made on that account as income.
Kerry B. Harvey, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky, and Christopher R. Pikelis, Special Agent in Charge, Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation Division, jointly made the announcement today after a federal grand jury in Covington returned the Indictment.
The investigation preceding the Indictment was conducted by the Internal Revenue Service. The Indictment was presented to the grand jury by Assistant United States Attorney Robert K. McBride.
Weinland’s appearance before the United States District Court has not yet been set. If convicted, Weinland faces a maximum prison sentence of five years. Any sentence, however, following conviction would be imposed by the court after consideration of the United States Sentencing Guidelines and the federal statute governing the imposition of sentences.

Weinland's last post was prophetic, but not in the way he... err.. God intended: Time is Running Out

Can't wait for next sermon!

Tick Tock

Dillweed

4 comments:

Richard said...

There had better be fire coming out of Mr. Weinland's mouth to devour his enemies at the arraignment (Rev. 11:5).

If there isn't.... well, that might just about settle the issue.

For the umpteenth time.

Anonymous said...

What a joke another false prophet and phsycopath who is misleading uneducated and naive people.

When will this crap called religion ever be shut down so clowns like this stop their reign of terror on the masses?

Douglas Becker said...

reign of terror on the masses

"Masses"? "Masses"?

Dramtically overstated.

How about "a handful of people".

Not good enough?

How about "thousands of people"?

Say, wait a darn minute, how many people are we really talking about here?

OK, how about "a not insignificant number of people"?

Anonymous said...

Douglas what r u talking about or are u trying to say?

Are you stating that there are very few religious followers out there?