Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them. For it is shameful even to speak of the things that they do in secret. Eph 5:11-12
Ever since being sued by my former pastor for speaking out against spiritual abuse, my dander gets up when I hear of someone trying to interfere with another person’s right to free speech – especially when that person is trying to help others in their speech. You may recall the Bishop Jackson articles and videos posted here regarding Bishop Jackson who laid on top of men during a bizarre ordination ceremony:
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After Bishop Jackson’s video was posted all over the internet, he shamelessly defended his actions on news reports. On his Facebook page, he went into overdrive removing comments. I want to share a follow-up to that story.
My friend Kevin Oliver noticed the video was being removed all over the internet and investigated. He was able to uncover what was at the bottom of the frenzy. Kevin is no stranger to freedom of speech. He exposes spiritual abusers on his YouTube channel (NYTN on YouTube). After exposing Pastor Creflo Dollar on a YouTube video that went viral, Pastor Creflo Dollar was able to get Kevin’s YouTube channel taken down. Kevin Oliver had to sue YouTube to get his channel back online. Yes, you read that right, he sued YouTube . . . . . . and won!
In the 10-minute video clip below, Kevin discusses freedom of speech and mentions Tom Rich’s case (FBC Jax Watchdog blog) and well as our lawsuit.
Finally, Kevin has put together instructions on How To Respond To A YouTube Copyright Notice or Strike. If you have any questions, you can contact Kevin at: NotYourTypicalNegro@yahoo.com or send him a message on YouTube.
Thank you for this information, Kevin!