In the latest ruling by the presiding judge in the Graham trial common sense prevails
over the questionable motions of Graham’s defense. His discussions concerning his role
in the murder of Annie Mae with an individual he claims is a medicine man (which others
have disputed) will not be excluded under the same privilege of silence invoked by the
Catholic church in the rite of confession.
There will assuredly be the usual wailing and gnashing of teeth by the defense and the
Grahamites who will claim it is a violation of some sacred right that must upheld
at all costs-even at the expense of justice. This will come from the same crowd who
will, and have, railed against the Church and the injustice of boarding schools. They will
conveniently close their eyes to the past history of the slavery and wholesale slaughter enforced by this very entity the moment it set foot on this continent. They will ignore the Papal Bulls of conquest and develop a sudden ideological affinity with their former oppressors.
In the midst of this I would like for one of them to step forward and provide a single
example of when it was ever the way of any our spiritual leaders to condone or facilitate
rape and murder by invoking this ritual of the church to protect or remain silent in behalf
of anyone accused of such heinous crimes.
Grand jury testimony given by Gates in 1994 who died in 2003 will not be heard by the jury but nonetheless this opens several doors as you will see in following the link below.If they believe so strongly in this then let them get saved, become Christians, confess their sins, repent, and leave it all in Jesus’ hands.