SOURCE: Reuben Armstrong Show

September 24, 2007 00:00 ET

TV Celebrity Reuben Armstrong Demands Justice in the Jena 6 Case

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwire - September 24, 2007) - National talk show host and author of "Snakes in the Pulpit" Reuben Armstrong is demanding justice in the Jena 6 case.

"It is sobering to know that in 2007, Martin Luther King's dream of equal treatment, respect, fairness and opportunity is still not realized. For any court in the United States of America to deny African Americans their constitutional right to due process, equal application of the law, to a fair hearing, and the administration of justice with prejudice is inhumane and downright wrong.

"The decision to overturn the original charges is a good first step, but it is not a closed case. These young men still stand the chance of going to jail unjustly. So like Amos who spoke out against injustice in his day, and Martin who spoke out against injustice in his day, I stand here today and ask for the commitments of the millions of viewers and the listeners of 'Reuben Armstrong Show' to stand up and speak up on behalf of the Jena 6 until justice rolls down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream.

"The plight of the Jena 6 should serve as a wake up call to black, white and brown America; we can no longer continue to live in denial with the belief that racism and hatred no longer exists. We must embrace the thought, and demonstrate through our actions, the realization that we are responsible for more than our own front walk... as long as one person is experiencing injustice, we all are experiencing injustice. I ask people of good will everywhere to let your voices be heard. We are not satisfied and will not be satisfied until justice is served."

Reuben Armstrong has released his new book "Snakes in the Pulpit"; The new book focuses on Megapastors and Megachurches such as T.D. Jakes, Eddie Long, Joel Osteen and Creflo Dollar.

The new book "Snakes in the Pulpit" has been causing a lot of controversy around the world where some of the Megapastors are getting concerned about the truth coming out.

"Snakes in the Pulpit" Excerpts:

"As I look back, I knew there were many things going on in my church that were wrong, but I was too afraid to reveal them. I knew of pastors having sex with the deacons, and members of the finance committee stealing the church offering. Nevertheless, I showed up Sunday after Sunday. I guess a few others have seen the light since then as well. I still believe there are good men of God out there. Believing otherwise would be a clear sign of the lack of faith in my God, who can change all things for the good."

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