COLUMBUS — No decision was rendered Thursday at the evidentiary hearing related to the Doe family lawsuit against John Freshwater.

 

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2 Responses to “No decision yet from lawsuit hearing”

  1. Central OH resident

    Here is a quote from Daubenmire’s 11/09 commentary:
    “We really don‚Äôt have much, at least not in the eyes of the world. All of the friends that we began our careers with are way ahead of us in material possessions. We walked away from our careers at the threshold of the most prosperous years of our lives. We have lived off of the generosity of others, trusting in the Lord for our finances as we, and second mortgages, put our three children through college. So, here we sit, in our mid-fifties, with mounds of debt, worn out carpet, two cars in need of repair…..”

    Does this sound like Daubenmire is in a position to give financial help to anyone? He and his wife gave up full-time teaching jobs with enviable benefits to run their little ministry. They get by on donations collected at speeches/rallies, part-time jobs and financial aid from wifey’s daddy. After ten years of this, Daubenmire is worse off than when he started. His financial situation is worse, his reputation is worse, and his future is bleak. He has pillaged his 401K because, as he stated on his radio show, “we needed the money to live on.”

    Freshwater is now following the same trajectory. If only he had only removed the religious items from his classroom and apologized to the Dennis family, he could have avoided his own ruination.

    One more thing, as for Daubenmire going into debt to finance his kids educations…. Bah! His three kids went to college on sports scholarships, scholarships that they were elible for only because they attended the same “government” schools that Daubenmire now sees as a sinister influence on Christian youth. What a hyprocrite.

    What is amazing is that

  2. M Baker

    Hamilton and Freshwater appear as absolute idiots in their court motions and other court actions from the past and now. Their continuing to come across as desparate and without any logical legal moves left for defending themselves. By now Freshwater has to be broke, unless he’s getting financial help from Daubenmire and others from the outside, and Hamilton appears as if he is out of legal ideas. Fortunately, from the number of comments left after recent articles in the newspapers, none except for mine, it appears Freshwater has lost his backers in the community, who seem to be fed up with Freshwaters and Hamiltons continuing desparate actions and accusations against others. If all “Christians” acted like Freshwater and Daubenmire, we’d all be atheist.