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Jehovah's Witnesses Reported on Loewen Court; Unknown Honda Parked on Private Lawn

Items from the Rye City police blotter.

Mysterious Car Parked on Private Lawn

A Tyler Circle resident reported that a white Honda Civic was on her lawn and she did not to whom it belonged on Feb. 15 at 6:09 p.m., according to a police report. 

Car Scratched at Highland Hall Lot

A woman reported her car was damaged while parked at the Highland Hall lot on Feb. 16 at 10:53 a.m., according to the police report. There was a white scratch on the left rear bumper, she said.

 Jehovah’s Witnesses Reported on Loewen Court

A Loewen Court resident reported Jehovah’s witnesses who were canvassing door to door on Feb. 16 around 11 a.m.

 

Douglas Clark February 24, 2013 at 07:41 PM
If you want to make a Watchtower Society member RUN, just ask them about the UNDENIABLE FACT that Pittsburgh area members saw Satanic activity INSIDE their organization, WITH THEIR OWN EYES, but were convinced to keep quiet about it. The entire story is about to come out, coinciding with their "special" Nisan 15 HOAX "event" invitation campaign, which begins this Friday, March 1st. Or you can see for yourself at... nisan15hoax.tripod.com
Bus 76 February 24, 2013 at 07:52 PM
Doesn't that city councilman, Filippi, who ranted like a looney bird live over in that neighborhood. He might have confused them for Nazi's or something.
Danny Haszard February 25, 2013 at 04:36 PM
The Jehovah's Witnesses are one of two major groups that sprang up from William Miller's failed prediction of the return of Jesus Christ in 1844. The other major group that formed from the Millerites was the Seventh Day Adventists. The failure of Miller's prediction has come to be known as "the Great Disappointment." There were thousands of true believers who had given up everything they had fully expecting to be taken up with Jesus back in 1844. Much like the recent failed prediction of Harold Camping. The JWs are still around after numerous failed predictions of the second coming. I think the most recent was 1975. Since then they have given up on setting the date and reverted to an "any day now" policy. That one is nice and convenient because it never expires. The JWs are not without scandals. Child abuse, sadistic mind control tactics, sex scandals, money scams, general bad behavior -- you know, religion. - Danny Haszard
Douglas Clark February 26, 2013 at 03:25 PM
@Danny Haszard You post on topix. You post on jwnet. So I'm sure you've seen my info. Yet, even though you claim to be a former member, you never comment on the UNDENIABLE PROOF that Satan now owns the Watchtower. I say "now", because if he owned them when you were a member, he would have had you as a snack, since you're one of the main people speaking out. OK... What's the deal? Why can't you focus on, and advertise the info that I've been given, in an effort to empty the Watchtower? Because it seems as if your approach only makes the current members want to cling to the organization even tighter, instead of breaking their grip.

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