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Open letter to Police Chief

Dear Sir,

Recently WWAY TV3 recorded on video an illegal activity being perpetrated at Ekklesia United Holy Church on 17th Street.

The operators of said "Church" knew, or should have known that this activity, and actions were in violation of rules of law, and probably knew that members of said "Church" were conspiring to defraud the Federal Government in what has become known as the "Pigford Farm" settlement case.

With "claimants" coming from as far away as Virginia, these actions were across state lines, and most likely used telephones, computers, or other devices to lure or induce "claimants" to come to Wilmington.

This would be some violation of Interstate wire fraud.

When confronted by TV3, two women in particular were not surprised that fraud was being perpetrated, but rather that thier actions were being recorded on Video and demanded the reporter leave with a
"in your face" confrontation designed to intimidate and remove the reporter and cameraman.

We, the citizens of Southeast North Carolina, demand, yes demand an investigation into the illegal and fraudulent activities that have occurred at the Ekklesia United Holy Church on 17th Street.

We further demand any and all cooperation from the State SBI, and FBI
to root out ALL INVOLVED, and arrest any that have violated the law.

We also ask that the Internal Revenue service conduct an investigation and REVOKE the tax exempt status of Ekklesia United Holy Church if found to be involved in fraud.

Also, the senior officers of church knowingly participated in this scheme by "renting" the church to fraudsters.

We look forward to your impartial and fair investigation and look to be informed of progress, arrests, and any information you uncover about this attempted fraud against our government.

Thankfully, I know TV3 will stay on this story, and we all await your actions.

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