Hundreds of people lined the parking lot of the office park where Verity Baptist Church holds its services. Participants held signs protesting the sermon last Sunday of Pastor Roger Jimenez, who said he wished the Orlando massacre had killed more The Sacramento Bee Ellen Garrison
Hundreds of people lined the parking lot of the office park where Verity Baptist Church holds its services. Participants held signs protesting the sermon last Sunday of Pastor Roger Jimenez, who said he wished the Orlando massacre had killed more The Sacramento Bee Ellen Garrison

Gay protester sues pastor who praised Orlando nightclub massacre

August 12, 2016 04:45 PM