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Pastor who said Pulse victims got what they deserved gets sentenced to 35 years for child molestation

Child Molestation, News, Pastor Kenneth Adkins, Pulse Nightclub -

Pastor who said Pulse victims got what they deserved gets sentenced to 35 years for child molestation

Pastor Kenneth Adkins, the Georgia pastor who said that the victims of the deadly Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida, got what they deserved for being gay, has been sentenced to life for aggravated child molestation.

On Tuesday, Adkins was sentenced to serve at least 35 years in prison and will spend the rest of his life on probation. For every additional charge, he also faces an added 20 years.

According to authorities, the investigation into Adkins alleged molestation has its focus in multiple different locations.

Adkins turned himself in last August as he faced one count of aggravated child molestation and one count of child molestation.

— Pastor who mocked Pulse nightclub victims now accused of molesting boy at church — 

The post Pastor who said Pulse victims got what they deserved gets sentenced to 35 years for child molestation appeared first on theGrio.


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