Perjury Charge Against Atheist Required?

by ASSIST

The same judge who ruled the Pledge of Allegiance unconstitutional should now bring perjury charges against the plaintiff, Michael A. Newdow, according to former law student, now chaplain, Austin Miles. Miles said it now appears that Newdow, an atheist from Sacramento, lied to the court when he claimed "the reference, ‘under God,' that my daughter was forced to recite, caused her emotional damage, stress, anxiety and a sense of being left out." "An investigative report by WorldNetDaily.com revealed that Newdow has been separated from his wife and daughter, who want no part of his ravings," Miles noted. "They are in fact, Christians and members of Chuck Smith's Calvary Chapel in Costa Mesa, California, where they live. The daughter, who was involuntarily dragged in as a pawn in this case, daily recited the pledge in school (including the phrase, ‘under God'), willingly. She was not emotionally injured or damaged in any way as falsely claimed by her absent father, Michael Newdow, in order to deceive the court into making this insane ruling." Noting that Newdow stated publicly in a CNN interview: "The only way I could file this case was to use my daughter as a hook," Miles concluded: "The courts of America have been swift to apply the laws of perjury. This infamous case…dictates that perjury charges be filed against Newdow." "He lied to the court under oath. This is a crime. The public must demand that the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco charge Michael Newdow with perjury and punish him to the full extent of the law." From ASSIST News Service via Crosswalk.com #/Austin Miles, a former law student, is an interdenominational chaplain based in Northern California and a college instructor. He can be reached at:/# #mailto:chaplainmiles@aol.com#