Last week the Justice Department warned US Attorney General Bill Barr was monitoring government regulation of religious services.
Parishioners who attended a drive-in service at Temple Baptist Church in Mississippi were fined $500 each by police for violating ‘social distancing’ orders.
20 police cars swarmed King James Bible Baptist Church in Mississippi and pastor Charles Hamilton Jr., was told by a cop that his rights were suspended.
US Attorney General Bill Barr on Tuesday issued a statement on the Mississippi church case.
Barr said the government “may not impose special restrictions on religious activity that do not also apply to similar non-religious activity.”
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