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Breaking News Flash! Man Arrested Last Night Goes on Trial this Morning

Posted by undergroundchurch on April 22, 2011


Man Arrested in Garden Gets Planted in Court

by Jeff Ben Les, AP

At about six this morning, just before sunrise, Israel Daylight Time, a ruckus broke out in the halls of local leaders as they dragged a man before the local procurator. After about an hour of questioning, with no apparent results, the procurator sent the man over to the king’s chambers for further investigation.

After another hour of questions that went without answers, the king, Herod, sent the man back over to the procurator, Pontius Pilate.

Further investigation revealed that the man’s name is Yeshua.  He is from a small hillside town in Galilee from which, reportedly, nothing good comes.

One fisherman, wishing to remain nameless, said, “This man was a good man.  My mother-in-law was sick and he healed her… a blessing I did not ask for.”  When asked if the man knew him personally, he denied it.

Another person said of Yeshua, “I know him. He was always hanging out with the wrong crowd.  He’d eat at the houses of the refuse among us.  I think he was even hanging out with prostitutes and leprous people.  Any man like that should be put on trial.”

In contrast, another man with a big smile on his face just kept saying, “Whether he is a sinner or not, I do not know; one thing I do know… I was blind, but now I see!”

More from the trial as it happens.

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