Potters Field Lawyer Tries To Shut Down Facebook Critics
From her Facebook wall…
“I am asking all my friends to help me shut down a FB Group called Stop Mudman Burgers.
You can pull up the group site, click on the 3 dots in the upper right hand corner and click “Report Group”. Please choose hate speech or bullying as your grounds. All reports are anonymous.
This group is encouraging violence, and using hate speech to try to stop a new business from opening. The Mudman Burgers was previously run by a nonprofit ministry as a way to provide vocational training and a way to fund missions programs for children in impoverished countries. After the ministry was destroyed by a social media firestorm of false accusations and character assassination against the leaders, the Mudman Burgers all closed. Now being opened under private ownership, with 50 cents of every burger to be donated to the children’s programs overseas (which are the only part of the ministry that remains).
Your help is essential in getting this hate mongering site shut down. Thanks!”
To my knowledge the group (formed to protest the reopening of the Mudman hamburger franchise) is neither encouraging violence or using “hate speech”.
It is amazing indeed that the legal representative of a “ministry” that refuses to acknowledge or answer dozens of claims of emotional and spiritual abuse would try to shut down free speech about those allegations everywhere.
As this site is the repository of many of those allegations, I invite Ms. DiMuro to present me with any evidence that anything published here is false and I would be more than willing to retract it.
However, there is a vast amount of testimony that makes similar allegations and has been verified by those outside ministry leaders who were involved with the organization.
As to character assassination…something has to exist before it can be killed…so far the only real character assassination I can verify has come from Potter Field Ministries toward those who have made the allegations.
While Ms. DiMuro is advertising that the benevolent owners of Mudman are giving 50 cents to missions for every burger, she or her clients may want to address what Don McClure and Craig Linquist said about the actual scope of those missions.
Finally, even if the lawyer is able to shut down a Facebook group, we’ll still be here.
I am aware of my legal, biblical, and moral obligations to the truth and have presented everything written here believing it to be true.
We will not stand down…and even if I fall due to my health, someone will take my place.