Someone thought this would be a good idea.
A Colorado Springs pastor is accused of soliciting gay men for sex online, then attacking them and robbing them under the guise of a U.S. marshal making an arrest.
Please Lord Jesus, forgive him. He was tempted beyond the reserves of flesh. Tempted by Internet porn and that sweet, sweet gay sex. Also money and consumer electronics.
Abromovich reportedly confiscated the man’s laptop, iPad, cell phone, money and debit card. According to court documents, “Mike then told him they were taking his computers and phone to be sent to the lab to look for evidence.”
He then told the victim that he would come to his house in the morning “to discuss the case with him and impound his vehicle at that time.”
Did he also imply that the gay sex would happen then? Were there still fellows at home waiting for Pastormarshall Abromovich to pay call?
Police believe that there are other victims who may be afraid to come forward.
Sadly, some were probably afraid of being outed—as a person who would fall for the Junior G.I. badge.
Denver police say that Abromovich notified the hotel desk that he was a law enforcement officer and showed a badge to the desk clerk. They filed a nationwide warrant for the pastor on a trio of felony charges — kidnapping, robbery and impersonating a peace officer.
But not impersonating a homosexual. Just saying.
He was pulled over in Phoenix, Arizona by police. Abromovich again pulled a badge, but Maricopa County police were suspicious.
I dunno; seems legit.
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