Christian Sergeant to be Criminally Investigated for NOT Supporting Gay Marriage

| September 8 2013
The war on Christians continues………
Janet Levy

The Air Force has relieved Sergeant Phillip Monk of his duties and is now criminally investigating him after his lesbian commander ordered him to say he supports gay marriage even though he doesn’t.

Do homosexual rights now trump the First Amendment?
If a Muslim officer said that homosexuals should be killed, I doubt there would be any repercussions.
At the Muslim Prayer Day in Washington, D.C. in 2009, a Muslim leader publicly stated that homosexuals should be put to death.  End of story.
When Christians shared their gospel in Dearborn, they were arrested for “disorderly conduct” and not exonerated until a full year later.
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Updating our earlier report on Senior Master Sergeant Phillip Monk, a Christian serving in the Air Force whose unit is now commanded by a lesbian: according to Monk’s complaint filed with his superiors, he was relieved of duty for refusing his commander’s order to say he supports gay marriage.

Now the Air Force has taken the first steps to criminally investigate Monk for talking to the media about his situation. Despite the fact that earlier this year the Obama-Hagel Pentagon said they would never court-martial a service member for their Christian faith, they have taken the first steps to possibly court-martial Monk.

On Aug. 27, an Air Force investigator met with Monk and his attorney, Mike Berry from Liberty Institute. Berry expected it to be a routine meeting to take a statement from his client, but during the meeting the investigator said that he would read Monk his Miranda rights.

Monk was advised that he is being investigated for committing a crime by the U.S. military for making a false official statement, that he has the right to remain silent, and that he has the right to an attorney. The Air Force then assigned military defense counsel to him and is deciding whether to formally charge him with a crime, at which point Monk would either have to admit guilt and accept further punishment or face a court martial.

Monk is being investigated and might be formally charged for . . . keep reading