Friday, December 14, 2007

Ex-Lubbock pastor convicted

Pastor James Clark had his day in court. Guilty!

LUBBOCK, Texas — A federal jury has convicted a former Lubbock pastor accused of demanding sex from an African woman he sponsored with the promise of a college education.

James Cornell Clark was found guilty Wednesday of importation of an alien for immoral purposes.

Investigators say Clark met the woman in August 2005 while on a trip to Kenya.

Prosecutors say Clark, after the woman arrived and was enrolled at South Plains College in Levelland, demanded she repay him by performing sexual favors.

Defense attorney Helen Liggett challenged the woman's testimony, saying she had sexually exploited herself to get a better life.

Sentencing is pending for Clark, who faces up to ten years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

Source: Ex-Lubbock pastor convicted in sex demand case | - Houston Chronicle

I posted on Clark three times.

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Another sexual predator posing as a pastor in Lubbock

The parade of guilty pastor continues. There are at least four more cases due to be resolved in the next week. It has been a bad year for these perverts. I think there is more to come.

1 comment:

Scott Little said...

Awesome! Another one bites the dust!