|Shopping Centre's Discriminatory Policies Unconstitutional|
|Monday, 16 August 2010 14:31|
A few years ago a large national chain of shopping malls adopted some outrageous policies. If you dared to engage in conversations on their property about religion or politics or wear clothing with political or religious messages they would have you arrested. Pastor Matthew Snatchko learned this the hard way.
After engaging in peaceful conversations about Christ with other patrons in the mall, security was called. Even though the shoppers had agreed to talk with Snatchko, he was arrested.
Thankfully the charges against Pastor Snatchko were dropped and these arbitrary rules have been determined to be in violation of his constitutional rights. A California appellant court ruled they were presumptively unconstitutional because they were vague and discriminatory.
Praise God for this victory and for the courage of Pastor Snatchko to challenge such an un-American restriction of free speech. Join our team as we fight for your right to share the gospel! Click here.