Angry after Maine voters upheld marriage, homosexualists target pro-family leaders -- ironically, just days after President Obama signed 'hate crimes' legislation.
"It seems the more the gay movement achieves, the more hostile the activists become toward religious people. They know the religious and moral people are the last impediment to their full agenda."
-- From "Threat made against gay marriage opponent in Maine" by Associated Press 11/9/09
Augusta police say the voicemail threat targeted Michael Heath, former leader of the Christian Civic League of Maine and its successor, the Maine Family Policy Council. The person who left the voicemail said, "I can tell him this. I’m a gay guy who owns guns, and he’s my next target." [CLICK HERE to hear the voice mail audio.]
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From "'Gay' blogger calls church-bomb threat a 'joke'" by Bob Unruh © 2009 WorldNetDaily 11/9/09
A homosexual blogger passed off as a "joke" a suggestion by a contributor to his website that there might be church bombings because of Christians' refusal to support the homosexual lifestyle.
But several individuals named in the column are taking the threat seriously.
"That is what Fort Hood teaches us," said Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, referring to the attack on the Texas Army base by a Muslim officer that killed 13 people and wounded 28.
LaBarbera was cited by name in the postings on the "joemygod" website run by homosexual advocate Joe Jervis.
LaBarbera and Matt Barber of Liberty Counsel, who also is an active supporter of biblical marriage, confirmed to WND they notified authorities of the threats.
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