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Pastor Who Condemned Pulse Nightclub Victims Just Got What He Deserves

Pastor Who Condemned Pulse Nightclub Victims Just Got What He Deserves

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Controversial Georgia preacher Kenneth Adkins was found guilty on eight child molestation-related charges yesterday.  A jury in Brunswick, Georgia – an exurb community outside Jacksonville, Florida – took just an hour to convict him for crimes related to a sexual relationship he had with two teenagers at his church 7 years ago.

According to a report by The Florida Times Union:

“The male accuser told the jury last week that Adkins watched them have sex so many times that he lost track. He said the sex occurred in the church office, at the beach and in Adkins’ car. The male, according to testimony presented during the trial, initially told an Army investigator that his girlfriend was 16 and he was 15 when the activity first began. On the witness stand, the young man said his then-girlfriend was 15.”

The self-proclaimed “Bishop” became known outside his coastal Georgia community in the wake of the Pulse Nightclub massacre in Orlando in June of 2016.  Adkins took the opportunity to launch homophobic attacks via social media, and gained national infamy for it.  Among the greatest hits from his tweet-storm are:

Kenneth Adkins’ sentencing is scheduled for April 25th, and because of Georgia’s strict mandatory minimum sentencing, Adkins, 57, could spend the rest of his life in prison.

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