Scotland Drops Charges Against U.S. Street Preacher

A former LA deputy sheriff arrested while street preaching in Scotland has been told by police he will no longer face charges.

Tony Miano was arrested in Dundee after a member of the public complained he had been using “homophobic language”.

He was on a weeklong street-preaching mission in the city in January with evangelist Josh Williamson when he was arrested under hate-crime legislation.

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The Christian Legal Centre, which represented him, said he was held by police for 24 hours and that they refused to watch video footage of his street preaching.

Mr Miano, 50, said it “took months” for the prosecutors to watch the footage.

“When the prosecutors finally managed to get the video footage off my camera they could plainly see that the accuser had made allegations about my speech that were simply untrue,” he said.

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SOURCE: Cath Martin 
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