FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JULY 9, 1997
CHURCH OF EUTHANASIA LICKS ARMY OF GOD
CLINIC BOMBER EXPOSED ON JERRY SPRINGER
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The Church of Euthanasia will appear on the Jerry Springer show titled "I
Want to Join a Suicide Cult," to be aired August 11, but viewers won't see
the real story. The show pits the Euthanists against the Georgia-based Creator's
Rights Party, which appears to be a political front for the fundamentalist
terrorist group known as the Army of God. The CRP is calling for a Christian
militia to seize Georgia's nuclear weapons, which would be used to enforce
secession if the federal government rejects their demands, which include
bans on abortion and "homosexual perversion."
In a June 10 AP story titled "Atlanta blast tied to two others," the Olympic
Park bombing was "connected to explosions at an Atlanta gay nightclub and
an abortion clinic" by a letter "denouncing 'sodomites' and those who commit
'ungodly preversion.'" The CRP has attracted the attention of the FBI and
BATF, not only because their rhetoric borders on sedition, but also because
of their links to Mike Bray, who served 46 months for a conspiracy to bomb
ten abortion clinics in the Virginia/Maryland area. Bray was scheduled to
appear on the Springer show with CRP leader Neal Horsley, but an hour before
the taping he decided to remain in the audience.
The Church confronted the CRP with their violent anti-homosexual agenda,
exposed Bray's conspiracy conviction, and presented evidence linking both
Horsley and Bray to domestic terrorism, including the Army of God bombings.
Though the show was provided with extensive documentation well in advance,
Springer was caught by surprise, and tried to change the subject instead
of backing up the allegations with excerpts from the CRP's web site. Horsley
seemed unable to respond, and instead claimed he had been "set up" by the
Church of Euthanasia.
THE CHURCH OF EUTHANASIA: www.churchofeuthanasia.org
THE CREATOR'S RIGHTS PARTY: www.christiangallery.com