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Florida Pastor And Associate In Jail After Refusing To Pay $1 Bond

DEARBORN (WWJ) – Judge Mark Somers set bond of one dollar each for Terry Jones and his associate Wayne Sapp.

The bond conditions also said the two could not set foot on the property of the Islamic Center of America or property adjacent to the mosque. 

Both Jones and Sapp refused to pay the one dollar and were ordered to the Wayne County Jail. 

The bond was set immediately after the Dearborn jury had decided that the Rev. Terry Jones’  planned demonstration outside a Michigan mosque would constitute a breach of the peace.


One Comment

  1. Matt says:

    I am really sick of this jerk. He is no better than KKK or any other radical group. His ultimatly goai to make a name for himself and the media playing into.

  2. Jason says:

    But he has the right to express himself and carry a protest. It’s his right just like everyone else’s right, people need to realize just because they don’t like something simply dont listen to him. Problem solved.

  3. ralpheal says:

    He may have the right to free speech..but what he got jailed for was because he was going to still protest at the mosq when he was told not to…he was never denied the right to free speech or to protest

  4. Lillah says:

    Yo, that’s what’s up trutuhflly.

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