“Then the unexpected came into our lives in the fall of 2015 and we knew I needed to shift gears,” said Nathan Begnaud, owner of Madison Street Leather and pastor of Redemption Church. “My third child, Max, came to us with the gift of Down Syndrome, which continues to be a massive learning curve for us.”
The five Muslim-Turkish nationalists bound the three Christians at the Zirve Publishing House in Malatya, interrogated them about their activities, mutilated them and then slit their throats, according to court evidence and testimony. Gunaydin, Gurler, Ozdemir, Yildirim and Ceker were found guilty on three counts each of premeditated murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, the Malatya First Heavy Penal Court ruled Sept. 28.
“To suspend Chief Justice Moore for the rest of his term is the same as removal,” Staver, founder and chairman of the nonprofit legal group Liberty Counsel, said in a news release. The Court of the Judiciary (COJ), which was charged with trying Moore, “lacked the unanimous votes to remove the Chief, so the majority instead chose to ignore the law and the rules.”