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Kim Davis' Trial of Faith

Kim Davis' Trial of Faith

Kim Davis' Trial of Faith
Kim Davis' Trial of Faith

A county clerk in Kentucky has been found guilty of contempt and sent to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples due to her own religious objections.

Kim Davis, the clerk at Rowan County who garnered national attention for refusing to issue the marriage licenses, was found in contempt of court Thursday by U.S. District Court Judge David Bunning.

Bunning chose a prison sentence over a fine because he believed Davis, who makes $80,000 per year, would not comply with his order if given a fine, reported USA Today.

Bunning added that Davis will be released from prison once she has agreed to comply with the court order and proceed to issue marriage licenses.

Read more at http://www.christianpost.com/news/jailed-for-jesus-kentucky-clerk-sent-to-the-slammer-for-refusing-to-issue-marriage-licenses-to-gay-couples-144455/

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