Video: Police Arrest US Street Preacher in Scotland for Calling Homosexuality a Sin

Tony Miano

American street preacher Tony Miano was arrested earlier this year in July. Christian Concern, a British legal group, helped Miano avoid paying a fine and receiving a ‘Caution’ after he was detained. (Photo: Screengrab/YouTube.com)

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Police say the volume of the street preacher’s proselytizing caused complaints leading to his arrest.

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Street preacher Aaron Brummit uses a step stool as as pulpit and a battery-powered amplifier to preach to passers-by in downtown Springfield, Mo., on Friday, April 12, 2013. Brummitt was arrested Friday, Oct. 4, 2013, for disturbing the peace.(Photo: Nathan Papes, Springfield (Mo.) News-Leader)

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Street Preacher Arrested in London for “Homophobic” Language

Transcript of interview at police station: 
http://www.christianconcern.com/sites/default/files/docs/2013_07_04_miano_police_interview.pdf

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Police arrested a man in South West London on Monday (1st July) for using “homophobic” speech whilst street preaching.  He is being supported by the Christian Legal Centre.

Tony Miano, a US citizen, was questioned by the police after a member of the public called them to the scene.

He had been speaking on the subject of sexual immorality and the need to abstain from it based on a passage from the Bible (1 Thessalonians 4:1-12).

Mr Miano was then arrested at 4:40pm and taken to the local police station where he was photographed, fingerprinted and had a DNA sample taken. He was taken to a cell with a toilet but no toilet paper.

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Street preacher claims government harassment

Lawsuit explains Houston police keep arresting him over Gospel message

David Allen told his story of redemption on the steps of City Hall in Houston, TX.

David Allen told his story of redemption on the steps of City Hall in Houston, TX.
Credits: (David Allen)

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The huge story these days in America is the strategy developed and adopted by the Internal Revenue Service under Barack Obama to try to hush up conservative organizations by delaying their tax-status applications with personal, unneeded and likely illegal questions.

 

But a legal case being brought against authorities in Houston, Texas, suggests there’s another way to shut up a Christian: Arrest him.

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