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Beaverton church sues family after they criticize it online

Posted on May 13th, 2012 at 9:01 by John Sinteur in category: Pastafarian News -- Write a comment


A church pastor is suing a mother and daughter for $500,000 because they gave the church bad reviews online.

The family being sued left the church a few years ago and Julie Anne Smith says she and her family were shunned and couldn’t understand why. So she went online and wrote Google and DEX reviews of the church and then started a blog.

“I thought, I’m just going to post a review,” Smith said. “We do it with restaurants and hotels and whatnot, and I thought, why not do it with this church?”

Never did she think Beaverton Grace Bible Church and Pastor Charles O’Neal would slap her with the lawsuit.

So this creepy cult is using lawsuits as control tactics? Somebody should explain the Streisand effect to them.

  1. Who do they think they are? Scientologists?

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