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J6 Praying Grandma Found Guilty

LKY: This is disgusting. NO ONE can get a FAIR TRIAL in Washington, DC.

from Rebecca Lavrenz:

April 4, 2024

Guilty on all Four Accounts

I am in utter disbelief by today's verdict. Never in my life did I imagine that my own government would charge me as a criminal for exercising my religious liberties and rights to free speech, which are guaranteed by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. They are trying to stop our voices, put fear in our hearts and take away the inalienable rights given to us by God. But I will not let that happen to this praying great-grandma as long as I have breath. I've never considered myself a victim and I'm not about to start now. I'm taking a deep breath, finding a place to rest for the night as we head back to Colorado, then will spend some extra time with God to find out His plan for what's next.

I had thousands of people around the world who know how to pray, praying on this case, and because of that I believe my Father wanted it to turn out this way so my voice for Him and our country could be amplified LOUDER! All that has transpired over the last 9 days gave me a first hand experience that the situation in our country is worse than many people realize and they need to be alerted. I will be that VOICE!!

Thanks for all your prayers and support these last nine days. God does have a plan and we WILL "Make America Godly Again!"

Sentencing is August 12 and I will be appealing my case.


Rebecca Lavrenz 

God's Kingdom Ambassador

Repairer of the Breach

(Isa 58:12)

From The Denver Gazette: April 4, 2024

  • By Debbie Kelley "The trial began March 25 in federal district court in the District of Columbia and ended after nearly 26 hours of deliberation, a 12-member jury found Lavrenz guilty of entering and remaining in a restricted building, disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds, disorderly conduct in a capitol building, and parading, demonstrating or picketing in a capitol. The 71-year-old great grandmother and owner of a bed-and-breakfast business where she lives about 14 miles northeast of Colorado Springs could be sentenced to up to a year in prison and ordered to pay fines of more than $200,000, which excludes legal fees."

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