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Operation Rescue/ Operation Save America, America's Most Effective Christian Witness Momes to Denver

PRESS CONFERENCE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE




April 30, 2004

Operation Rescue/ Operation Save America, America ’s Most Effective Christian Witness Comes to Denver

Operation Rescue/Operation Save America, America’s most effective prophetic Christian witness will come to Denver Friday, April 30, 2004. The Walk Across America began in San Clemente California and has passed through five states on its way to Washington D.C. Judgment and Mercy, a graphic and prophetic picture of God’s call to America, has come to Denver.

A broken set of the Ten Commandments, a baby killed by abortion, a white horse (Judgment) and donkey (Mercy), will carry God’s message to Denver.

Immediately following the News Conference, an Ecclesiastical Court will be convened directly across the street, at the Federal Court Building, to hold this Court in contempt of the Court of Almighty God. "We will no longer sit idly by while our rich Christian heritage is being flushed down the toilet by Court Anti-Christ bigotry.," Rev. Flip Benham, National Director , OR/OSA

Six specific Supreme Court decisions represented by six caskets will expose the abominable lies that they are. These decisions have unleashed untold violence and death upon the American people. Because of these treasonous decisions against Almighty God, against the Constitution of the United States of America, and against her historical biblical roots, we are reaping violence of unprecedented order in our schools, workplaces, and streets.

WHAT:

Press Conference, followed by Ecclesiastical Court

WHERE: Denver Capitol Building , West Steps
WHEN: Friday, April 30, 2004
TIME: 11:30 am -Ecclesiastical Court to follow immediately

Web – www.operationsaveamerica.org

Contact: Rev. Benham – 980-722-4920 (cell on site)
Kristene O’Dell (214) 476-7464 office
or Pat McEwen (321) 431-3962