UK Judge Exposes Those Who Rally Against the LDS Church For Who They Really Are

Mormon Newsroom: Judge Describes UK Court Case as "Abuse of Legal System"

A District judge in Westminster Magistrates Court in the United Kingdom today dismissed a private prosecution brought against The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for alleged fraud and described it as "an abuse of the process of the court."
In throwing out the case brought by a former Church member, Judge Howard Riddle said: "I am satisfied that the process of the court is being manipulated to provide a high-profile forum to attack the religious beliefs of others."
Judge Riddle said no secular court in England would allow religious teachings to be put to a jury.

Today, the Lord has shown His Hand, and caused this judge to "see things as they really are" and in so doing, in my opinion, sends a message to all those who would rally against the work of the Lord, wherever they may be found.


Kathryn Skaggs


  1. Honestly, I wish they would have fined those who brought this to court. It's a waste of the court's time.

  2. That's because in england, the court and the government is the church.

    I guarantee that if this lawsuit was brought in the US, it would be allowed to go forward--as it should.


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