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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Breach of Contract or Some Bulls--- Case Backfires on Two Who Sued Their 97 Year Old Uncle in Kerrville; Big Boy Preacher John Hagee Predicts End of World - Again

Kerrville: Jury Slams Ingrate Nephew and Niece Who Sued 97 year old uncle
A Kerrville jury returned a verdict last week in favor of a 97 year old man whose nephew and niece sued him for cutting him out of his will, or some such theory. I didn't know you could do that, since I thought a person has the right to change his will any time he wants to. Maybe it was for cutting them out of some other benefit. Anyway, the jury not only ruled the defendant didn't do anything wrong, they found the nephew and niece did the old gentleman wrong when they refused to release about $7,500 in a bank account that belonged to their uncle. On top of that, the jury held they acted with malice and ordered them to pay $45,000 in punitive damages. The case is Russell E. Williams and Judy W. Williams Vs. Winfred J. Williams in the 216th District Court. 
Richard Mosty, the self professed king of fiduciary duty law, represented the nephew and niece. Steve Clack represented the uncle, who, I'm told, was a very good witness that the jury loved.

Cornerstone Preacher John Hagee Predicts Imminent End of World - Again (for about the hundredth time)
San Antonio Express

Pastor Hagee: Blood moons point to 'world-shaking event'

SAN ANTONIO — Megachurch pastor John Hagee is warning his San Antonio congregation and international following of a “world-shaking event that will happen between April 2014 and October 2015.”
And, no, he's not talking about Fiesta.
Hagee, founder of the Cornerstone Church, points to “four blood moons,” a rare astronomical event of four consecutive and complete lunar eclipses, known as a tetrad, which begins April 15. The San Antonio pastor asserts the dates of the eclipses signify a major event that will change history in a book released in October, a series of sermons and a TV special airing on Tuesday, the first night of the tetrad.

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