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This megachurch leader has had more than 30 brushes with the law for continuing services over the past few months. Pastor Tony Spell shares his story, and reacts to other worshipers' arrests on Newsmax TV:

Pastor Tony Spell not allowed inside court for hearing after refusing to wear mask

This is Pastor Tony Spell. He has been ticketed 25 TIMES for holding church services. Now he's under house arrest and forced to wear an ankle bracelet like a criminal. It's time to reopen our country and respect our First Amendment right to worship!

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This is Pastor Tony Spell. He has been ticketed 25 TIMES for holding church services. Now he's under house arrest and forced to wear an ankle bracelet like a criminal. It's time to reopen our country and respect our First Amendment right to worship!

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Pastor Tony Spell Off House Arrest, Won't Comply With Orders Until He Can Ice Skate On Fire

Controversial pastor Tony Spell has filed a lawsuit against the Governor of Louisiana and several others.

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An arrest warrant has been issued for Louisiana pastor Tony Spell after video footage allegedly caught him on camera backing up a bus towards a protester outside his church

Two weeks ago I asked Pastor Tony Spell, “If you knew you could save one life by canceling Sunday services, would you?” “I would not,” he said. Today we learned 78-year old church member Harold Orillion passed away from complications related to COVID19.

Pastor Tony Spell, who organized large services during the coronavirus pandemic, is wanted on a charge of aggravated assault.

“Satan and a virus will not stop us,” said the Reverend Tony Spell, 42, pastor of the evangelical Life Tabernacle Church near Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He expects a crowd of more than 2,000 to gather in worship at his megachurch on Sunday.

This is terrifying Louisiana pastor Tony Spell plans to hold 3 services at his 1,000-member megachurch on Palm Sunday defying state orders against assembling in large groups “ ... because the commandment of God is to spread the Gospel,” he told Reuters

Louisiana pastor defies coronavirus order, draws over 1,000 people to services. "The virus, we believe, is politically motivated," Tony Spell said. "We hold our religious rights dear and we are going to assemble no matter what someone says."

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