Monday, September 15, 2014

Church And Strip Club Asked To End Weekly Protests Of Each Other

(They could make the worlds first church strip club,  call it the holy spinners)

Officials in an Ohio county are asking a church and a strip club to stop their weekly protests of each other after eight years.
Coshocton Law Director Bob Skelton wrote a letter, cosigned by Coshocton County Prosecutor Jason Given and Coshocton County Sheriff Tim Rogers, last week asking Pastor Bill Dunfee of New Beginnings Ministries and Foxhole North owner Thomas George to stop their weekly protests because of their negative impact on the county's image and the strain on local law enforcement.

 George said his Sunday protests at the church were designed to call attention to the church's Friday night protests at his business and the demonstrations escalated in August when his dancers started going topless at the protests, which is legal under Ohio law.

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