Rev. Anne Armstrong and Alan Gordon, of The Healing Church IN RI, have a hearing on what they claim to be racial and religious discrimination by the State in front of Superior Court Judge Gallo this Thursday on their "Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus Christi."
Evidence which will be brought before the court claims a brutal racial attempted genocide, against an obscure Biblical race of people, lay behind the original cannabis ban, and that modern fundamental rights abuses are its natural, intended result.
The pair allege that the State's cannabis ban, and its enforcement, comprise deliberate religious and racial discrimination against what they describe as a legitimate religious exercise stretching from the Biblical era until the modern day.
The pair submitted copious affidavit and documentary evidence of relatively modern cannabis use in mainstream churches. -- see Affidavit of Rev. Anne Armstrong and Alan Gordon, respectively, the latter of which includes manylocal RI examples of 1900-era Catholic cannabis in church Bible story stained glass windows. The pair also claim that their religious practice is part of a narrowly-defined, racial religious Hebrew sub-group clearly defined in both the Bible and well-known Hebrew tradition, against whom the cannabis ban was first targeted specifically.
Their archival evidence includes 1930s- era records of specific religious intent behind the ban, some of which has sinister NAZI espionage connections evident. That evidence also shows what the pair claim is "positively murderous" open racial bigotry of the ban's author, who lewdly boasted of sometimes-lethal clear police abuses of racial minorities for cannabis.
"We believe we found evidence that Harry J. Anslinger, the author of Rhode Island's and all of America's cannabis ban, was as part of a WWII-era enemy German espionage plot, and that their anti-Hebrew, anti-cannabis slant was a failed plot to deprive us of the Biblical Tree of Life, and wipe us from the planet", says Anne Armstrong, Deaconess and the Church's leader.
Armstrong and Gordon believe Roger Williams' Sacred wellspring (where he established the world's first religious freedom, in 1636) is the same Wellspring in Rev 22:2, where the Tree of Life is finally restored, in a City of God, at the end of the Bible.
The court claim additionally seeks Equal Protection to churches given special permission (and zero oversight) to give large volumes of wine to children, or who perform unlicensed infant genital surgery in unlicensed operating theaters. Further, the claim points out several bad technical flaws in the ban's wording, calling into question whether any cannabis ban exists at all in RI at present. Gordon says the attacks against his church, which include "known police theft of expensive art from evidence storage," are all the more offensive in view of the lack of general ban at present.
WHERE: Kent Co Courthouse, 222 Quaker Lane Warwick
WHEN: 09:30 am
DATE: Thursday, Dec 13, 2018
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