Official Press Release – Former Mormon Bishop Jailed for Preaching the Gospel

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE – February 5, 2016
– Former Mormon Bishop Jailed for Preaching the Gospel 

To Whom it May Concern,

It is practically inconceivable but completely true; that former Mormon Bishop Lee B. Baker could have been actually charged with multiple felonies, arrested, placed in chains and jailed for the very public act of questioning the personal ethics of a Senior Mormon Leader who is a prominent Indiana Attorney.

The foundational document that has served as the State of Indiana’s only evidence against our Christian Brother, is a three page Open Letter (sent as an email) questioning the current racists and emotionally brutal teachings of Mormonism in comparison to Christianity.   This articulate and well-documented email was sent to the Indiana State Senators, the Indiana State Supreme Court, the Governor of Indiana, the Mayor of Indianapolis and a number of Federal Agencies.

Additionally, Mr. Baker has documented several clear examples of obvious corruption and dishonesty between the City of Indianapolis and the Headquarters of the Mormon Church in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has acquired strong evidence of corruption from within the Indianapolis Police Department and the State Courts. For this he remains under oppressive Pre-Trial confinement.

The completed manuscript of his short story is now under legal review for publication. This is an incredibly moving story of religious abuse and mistreatment within the United States of America as a Witness for Jesus Christ. We are offering a free copy to all his financial supporters upon request. Thank you in advance for your Prayers and Social outrage at this injustice.

In the Company of Saints and Demons: Jailed for Preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ by Lee B. Baker, Former Mormon High Priest and Ordained Bishop  Available for $7.50 here or at Amazon.com.

 

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Author: Lee Baker

Former Mormon Bishop Lee Baker - As a member of the Mormon faith for 32 years, having served honorably in many Leadership positions at the Branch, Ward and Stake level, I forced my own excommunication in 2008 after several painful years of meetings and letters to the highest levels of the Mormon Church concerning questions of doctrine and history.