Dola Indidis, a Catholic lawyer from Kenyan, has filed a lawsuit with the International Court of Justice in the Hague. He is taking it against Pontius Pilate, King Herod, the Emperor Tiberius, the Republic of Italy and the State of Israel. He wants them to be held responsible for what he sees as an illegal trial which led to the killing of Jesus. He wants to overturn the death sentence conviction.
I think it must make God very cross (pun intended) to see a Christian trying to undo the very thing his son was born to do. Even Jesus (the same God) must be annoyed to see a Christian attempt to undo his plans. Surely the whole point was be given the death sentence? Indeed Mr. Indidis should be thankful to the very people he is taking the lawsuit against. They helped save his soul.
I only wish I had thought of it first. I might launch another lawsuit. If I won it would mean that the death and therefore the resurrection of Jesus would be invalid. Interested in a class action anyone??
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"Can I get a Witness"?
Christian lawyer is bored, and doesn't think his spotlight is big enough, so he's filing a frivolous, and completely superfluous lawsuit, to try and draw attention to himself. Christian dick waving at its finest.
Well, I'm with you on "bored" and "spotlight". There's probably no need to be so negative about it, though. This has great amusement/humor value. In some ways more amusing than most of the antics of U.S. celebrities that we transmit around the globe.
Enjoy the absurdity.
Yes, that is a valid sentiment. He has also opened a Facebook page seeking donations for the lawsuit. He retirement fund more likely.
Nobody remembers this story anymore here at home. We have other serious challenges to overcome than help a mad man sue people long dead for a crime no one can tell if it was committed against a real person.
Can anyone say frivolous lawsuit?
We could really start on a roll here! This is such a great idea! Let's start by suing every suicide bomber who has ever died for their crimes against humanity and may the sentence imposed rest on the men who hired them. That's just the beginning! Think of all the possibilities...(heavy sarcasm for anyone who doesn't know me by now.)