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I don’t believe this church was burned because Scott Davis was Gay. Scott Davis is a convicted rapist and kidnapper. See Franklin County Ohio Court records! Scott E. Davis.
CASE NUMBER HOW FILED DATE FILED MUN COMP ARREST DATE STATUS
06 CR 006866 INDICTMENT 09/08/2006 CPD 22352/06 08/31/2006 CLOSED
JUDGE COURTROOM PROSECUTOR
LAUREL BEATTY COURTROOM 6B
345 SOUTH HIGH STREET
COLUMBUS, OH 43215 LAURIE A ARSENAULT
SCOTT E DAVIS TERRY L KILGORE
CHARGES (Disclaimer: The listed “Off. Date” may be inaccurate on cases filed prior to 10/9/92. This is the date the electronic docket for this case was converted to a new system, and not the actual date of the Offense. See docket entries below for Case History.)
Off. Date Code Description Disposition Degree
12/10/03 2903.13 ASSAULT PLEA OF GUILTY TO LIO M1
12/10/03 2905.01 KIDNAPPING NOLLE PROSEQUI – CHARGE F1
Specifications:SEXUAL MOTIVATION SPEC
Is that the same guy? I know a Scott Davis and mine is neither a minster nor a sex criminal.
Churches are pretty frequent targets for random arson because they are empty most of the week. That one looks like a particularly easy target. There are thousands of gay-friendly churches. I wouldn’t assume anything until the police have finished their investigation.
myliberalmind: Are you accusing Scott Davis, CEO of UPS of being a convicted rapist?
Captain proton for clarification here is a link to the Good Bishop’s facebook profile picture:
And here is a link to his mug shot:
ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS?
sorry, my mommy told me never to click on strange links
Then use that thing they call GOOGLE if you don’t believe it and do your own research. If you don’t want to do that then don’t get so dramatic.
I’m not being dramatic, just yanking the chain of a stranger for no good reason
The real Q, is why any one want to be fucking Christian??.
@myliberalmind: I have a question. Do you know what “Nolle prosequi” means?
I’ll tell you. It means they dropped all charges. Your statement that he is a “convicted rapist” and “kidnapper” is simply wrong. He’s not convicted anything. That’s just what the police wanted to charge him with.
Fortunately, we live in a society where it requires *proof* to be convicted of a crime. In this case, the prosecutor saw from the start that there was none, and didn’t even try.
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