After Lawsuit Threat, Proselytizing Police Chief Now Saves Godly Messages for His Personal Facebook Page November 25, 2013

After Lawsuit Threat, Proselytizing Police Chief Now Saves Godly Messages for His Personal Facebook Page

Less than a week ago, I posted about how Harlem, Georgia Police Chief Gary Jones was using the police department’s Facebook page to keep citizens informed of not only local crime sprees, safety advice, and upcoming classes, but also how much everyone should love Jesus:

Gary Jones (via WAGT)

There were many more where those came from and the Freedom From Religion Foundation acted quickly, sending the department a letter warning them about how this was all very, very illegal. A lawsuit could be avoided if Jones simply stuck to using the department’s Facebook page for police-related matters and used his personal page to preach about Jesus.

Looks like Jones had a fun conversation with his superiors, since this is what he posted on the police department’s page earlier today:

And if you go to Jones’ page, you’ll find he wasted no time preaching:

At least now he’s just preaching to the already-converted. Well, the eight of them that follow him, anyway.

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