Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Whatever happened to Bishop gay-dick-sucking Eddie Long? Update: Settlement is in the works. "Bishop Long admits that it is common among his church congregation for members to hug each other and hug the Bishop," the lawsuit reads.

This link talks about an upcoming book that the boys are writing. They say that they are the "david" and that Bishop Long isn't!  Click here to read about that story.

New: Eddie Long Settles Case. Dismissed. Keeps his rocks in his sack.

New: Trial may be set for dick-sucking Eddie Long
New: Eddie Long gives Easter sermon and demonizes the four boys

Related CTW Post:
Cadillac Kim blasts Eddie Long! Funny too

Update: Today it was announced that Eddie Long may be reaching a settlement with the four victims. This will avoid a trial. It will probably put a lid on any of the details. We will see.


"In September, four young men -- Maurice Robinson, Anthony Flagg, Jamal Parris and Spencer LeGrande -- filed suits against Long and New Birth Missionary Baptist Church. The young men claimed Long coerced them into having sex with him in exchange for lavish gifts, trips and jobs." 

6 comments:

  1. its sad that this man may walk away without the truth being revealed. i hope these four men dont settle. let the truth be known cause homosexuality is in our churches. i think its wrong to make good people think they are bad cause they are gay or lesbian....there's nothing wrong with it. the lies people tell is our enemy

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  2. To Anonymous: You are right. The lies people tell is our enemy. Thanks for the comments.

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  3. The first chapter of the Book of Romans indicates the fact that homosexuality is evil.

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    1. You quoting the Greek, the Latin or the Aramaic? I think you misunderstand the book of Romans.

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  4. Ive seen hypocrites up in the church before however i feel that this is a situation that can not be define because its a story that rocks the nation as well as the church because it was a story that was truly unexpected. . . . .

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  5. He is damaged just like all of us and where better to be than in church where there is possibility for redemption. We don't always get better immediately and often time it takes some real crucial stuff to happen to open our eyes and hearts to allow God's magnificent love to begin to transform us. Whatever the sin We all have fallen short of the Glory of God at one time or another. Instead of judging how about praying for the Bishop and the others involved. Base you thoughts and comments on how you feel when being judged and condemned. Peace!!!!!!!

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