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Quiboloy’s church wins case in LA

Lawyers of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ found evidence that the alleged witnesses to the human trafficking and immigration fraud charges against three KJC administrators in Los Angeles made false claims.

“The team of lawyers defending the three administrators of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ led by myself is presently in possession of evidence that witnesses to the human trafficking and immigration fraud charges against three Kingdom of Jesus Christ administrators in Los Angeles were lying about many things to the FBI, Immigration and many other agencies to support their claims. The witnesses are former church workers of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, who left the fold,”  Michael Jay Green, general counsel of KJC Los Angeles, said.

Lawyer Michael Jay Green
 

Green said in a statement that the testimonies of the witness paints the entire church to be an “illusion” which brought people to the United States from the Philippines, promised them careers in music and forced them to work as slaves soliciting money.       

“These dissident workers knew in the beginning the goal was to help people around the world and they signed up for that voluntarily.  So now when they got to the US, what they are saying is it was all phony,” Green said.

“One of the witnesses, a Nepalese, who had changed his religion to join the church, participated in church charitable  programs in Nepal and Brazil, helping children around the world for the Pastor, fled all of a sudden when he was audited, taking with him stolen money from the church aviation company,” he said.

Topics: Kingdom of Jesus Christ , Michael Jay Green , Apollo Quiboloy , United States
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