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    It is Doubtful that Rev. E. Joshua "Sinister" Sims Will be Forgiven by These Victims!

     

    Be Adept at Being a no good Poverty Pimping Jackleg Preacher….,

    According to the "Tales of Robin Hood", Robin Hood Stole or conspired with others to steal from the Rich to Give to the Poor....

    Tales of Robin Hood vs. a Reverse Robin Hood

     

    .....but unlike Robin Hood.....

    Reverse Robin Hood no good Reverend Joshua "Sinister" Sims and/or other misfits steal from the poor to enrich themselves and/or the affluent!

     

    ......... I’m willing to bet the Victims here Are Angry and not Willing to Turn the Other Cheek, or to Forgive and Forget!

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    Compton pastor accused of embezzling $800,000 in church funds, The Rev. E. Joshua Sims of Double Rock Baptist Church has been arrested after an 11-month sheriff's investigation. He allegedly used the money to pay for personal luxuries.

    By Alexandra Zavis, August 20, 2009

    A Baptist minister was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of embezzling more than $800,000 from the church he leads in Compton to pay for personal luxuries, including an expensive car and swimming pool, officials said.

    The
    Rev. E. Joshua Sims, 47, pastor at Double Rock Baptist Church in Compton, was taken into custody without incident about 9:30 a.m. at his home in Corona, said Steve Whitmore, spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Sims' arrest concludes an 11-month sheriff's investigation, Whitmore said.

    Between March 1, 2000, and September 30, 2008, investigators believe Sims diverted more than $800,000 in church funds into a personal account, said Jane Robison, spokeswoman for the county district attorney's office. When church members raised questions about his finances, Sims allegedly used his sermons to threaten them, she said.

    Investigators believe Sims used the stolen funds to purchase a Mercedes-Benz and to build an indoor pool at his home, Whitmore said.

    He is scheduled to be arraigned today in
    L.A. County Superior Court in Compton on charges of grand theft by embezzlement, money laundering and witness intimidation. Prosecutors will request that bail be set at $1.2 million, Robison said. If convicted, Sims faces up to seven years in state prison.

    Church officials did not immediately return calls seeking comment.

    According to a report that appeared in the
    Compton Bulletin last year, Sims stunned members of his congregation when he admitted at a Sept. 14 meeting to taking thousands of dollars a month in "household allowances" without first obtaining the approval of the church's executive board of directors. Sims was said to have also divulged that more than $1 million was missing from church coffers.

    According to the church's website, Sims is a California native who was raised in Compton and was active in the Double Rock Baptist Church. Before he was installed as pastor in 1998, he served on the usher's board, sang in the choir, taught Bible studies and was cast as the scarecrow in a church production of "The Wiz, Gospel Style."

    Sims was ordained as a minister in 1983 and has preached at several other churches in Los Angeles County and elsewhere in the country, according to the website.

    alexandra.zavis@latimes.com

    The Los Angeles Times

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    …and this is not an anomaly, because numerous no good sacrilegious Black preachers steal from their Black church members, which is truly disgraceful and sacrilegious, and/or deceitful carpet-bagging no good treasonous Black elected leaders use false pretenses to hold elected office......

    …….to live in some mansion very removed from the rank and file in the Black community!

    ...Although these individuals have a right to be angry, this has nothing to do with anger....

    ......but rather, treason on the part our own leaders, poverty pimping jack leg preachers and/or the Black middleclass and/or others who promote, praise, and make excuses for them. This is proven treason that is indeed truly detrimental to numerous individuals within the Black community!

    Be Adept at Being a no good Poverty Pimping Jackleg Preacher, and using false pretenses to hold elected office, etc.,

    ..........I’m willing to bet my bottom dollar, that some of the victims here, are very angry and would not be willing to turn the other cheek, or be as willing to live and let live, or to forgive and forget Reverend E. Joshua "Sinister" Sims's greed to misuse close to a million dollars in church tidings for his own personal benefit, without the permission of the church congregaton..

     

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    http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-316033

     

    http://ceyseau.net/Home.html

     

    http://ceyseau.net/AboutUs.html

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfKcbRLegNk

     

    ....condemn the law abiding U.S. born inner-city Black male, make unfounded statements that someone is not a H.S. graduate.....

     

    ......but remain silent and/or make excuses for many other individuals who are truly disgraceful, inept, treasonous, liars, hypocrites, give them a free pass, name a park or street after them, promote him or her to be a U.S. President, vote them in office time and time again, promote them to a position of great influence.......

     

    ........ you name it, this is gross perversion.........

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