Registered: May 2011
09-12-12 07:29 PM
Quote from TraDaToR:
Ah - so it was the regulators to blame for fining him too much. That is likely to be a first in history. Not sure how that excuse flies in the face of his admission to starting the fraud almost immediately after starting his business. Did regulators know something early and fine him big right off the bat?
Generally speaking churches are against theft, embezzlement, lieing, stealing, drugs, drinking, suicide, etc. I am not sure if he is going for breaking all 10 commandments in his lifetime or not. (I am sure the pastor didn't have money with PFG.) There doesn't seem to be much there to work with for the pastor.
We should have as much compassion for him as he did for the people he harmed.