Pastor Chester Mulligan’s Sex Abuse Trial Postponed for 11th Time

Pastor Chester Mulligan’s trial on charges of child sex abuse has been postponed for the eleventh time, this time due to a congested court docket. Pastor Mulligan remains free on bond and is pastor of Grace Baptist Church in Miami, FL.

As more details regarding a rescheduled trial become available, I will post them.

For more details on the allegations, see the linked article.

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4 Responses

  1. Was there a new trial date set????

  2. The man plead guilty to STALKING (2009) – o.k. let’s see what THAT means. According to the website http://womenscenter.virginia.edu/sdvs/stalking/definition.htm for abused women it states the following:
    “Behavior wherein an individual willfully and repeatedly engages in a knowing course of harassing conduct directed at another person which reasonably and seriously alarms, torments, or terrorizes that person. Stalking involves one person’s obsessive behavior toward another person. Initially, stalking will usually take the form of annoying, threatening, or obscene telephone calls, emails or letters. The calls may start with one or two a day but can quickly increase in frequency. Stalkers may conduct covert surveillance of the victim, following every move his target makes. Even the victims home may be staked out.”

    Did he “threaten” the girl? Well, I guess you might call it that if he finally kicked her out of the church. Wouldn’t it be interesting to poll high school teachers and principals around our great nation and ask THEM if they EVER “threatened” any student. That would be interesting information to find out – I believe we’d be SHOCKED to find out how many of these trusted leaders “threatened” your student! You see, we all would LOVE to believe that the AVERAGE 14 year old girl (or boy, for that matter) is some sweet, innocent child; and that your average church leader is some pervert! Wake up AMERICA! Why is it so difficult to believe that this girl was being just as promiscuous as any other teenage girl? Why is it so difficult to believe that in a Christian school THIS IS NOT ALLOWED and of course she would be thrown out of the church if discovered? It’s just not “politically correct” to tell the girl she is being what the Bible would call a WHORE and the “gentleman” she was having sex with was an ADULTERER. God forbid, we use the terminology that the Bible CLEARLY says is SIN. The average pastor would NEVER consider using these words, for fear of offending someone!

    The FACT is that the pastor plead NOT GUILTY to EVER TOUCHING THIS GIRL – He plead guilty (after many years in the court system) to stalking, which according to the definition of the word, could mean what your average Middle or High School teacher is doing across America. I (and my family) have the PRIVILEGE of being a member of Grace Baptist Church and sitting under the leadership of this godly man. Of course now days a great deal of pastors “tip toe through the Bible” leaving out the part that says that the “unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers…and all liars shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire” (Revelation 21:8). I am so thankful there is still such a man as Pastor Mulligan that is more worried about offending a Holy God than being “politically correct” in the eyes of man!

  3. Lets look at the description you posted again, and see where you find ‘Godly’ behavior in there!

    “Behavior wherein an individual willfully and repeatedly engages in a knowing course of harassing conduct directed at another person which reasonably and seriously alarms, torments, or terrorizes that person. Stalking involves one person’s obsessive behavior toward another person. Initially, stalking will usually take the form of annoying, threatening, or obscene telephone calls, emails or letters. The calls may start with one or two a day but can quickly increase in frequency. Stalkers may conduct covert surveillance of the victim, following every move his target makes. Even the victims home may be staked out.”

    So Godly leadership is obsessive behavior that stalks people. Hmmm. Not in my book.

    I thought leaders were to be above lets say ‘teachers’ in your example of behavior, demeanor, etc. You are saying they don’t have to be? Obcessive behavior is acceptable because some of the ‘world’ does it. Okay then.

    I read the stories as well. He plead to a deal because he ran out of funds to defend himself. To bad all the people that believe him didn’t cough it up so he could look more believeablely ‘innocent’.

    There are ways of handling the situations you speak of, and ‘shalking’ in an obcessive way ain’t it!

    I’m sure there are tons of people in this world that have plead to lesser charges when they knew they did it. That doesn’t mean innocent. That means he ran out of money, and did what was best for him at the time. That may not be politically correct, but there are other labels for it.

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